Last Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit reinstated an NRA-supported challenge to Marylandís convoluted handgun licensing scheme. An earlier trial court decision had dismissed the case on technical grounds, claiming the plaintiffs lacked standing to bring the lawsuit. Three judges of the Fourth Circuit overruled that erroneous decision, finding that a gun store plaintiff has standing to raise a Second Amendment challenge on behalf of its customers. The case is*Maryland Shall Issue v. Hogan.

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