11th Circuit: Constitutional to Bar Doctors from Asking Patients About Firearm Ownership

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On July 25 the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit “eliminated the injunction” against the enforcement of Florida’s “gun gag” law, which restricts doctors from asking patients if they own a firearm unless asking is necessary to a patient’s treatment.

According to Law360.com, the 11th Circuit ruled that barring doctors from asking about firearms “doesn’t violate the First Amendment.”

Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) signed the NRA-backed “gun gag” legislation in 2011. Suit was brought against the State of Florida over the law by “the Florida chapters of the American Academies of Pediatrics and American College of Physicians along with a number of other groups and the anti-gun community.”(continued)

(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com

One thought on “11th Circuit: Constitutional to Bar Doctors from Asking Patients About Firearm Ownership

  1. Its none of their business anyway. All they will do is report to barrys minions. Another attempt at gun registration

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