- A federal judge in Texas has overturned the state’s ban on allowing people 18 to 20 to carry a handgun.
- Firearms Policy Coalition challenged the Texan law, saying it violated the Second Amendment.
- The ban only applied to handguns, with 18-year-old Texans permitted to carry long guns for 60 years.
A federal judge in Texas has overturned the state’s ban on allowing people 18 to 20 to carry a handgun.
Firearms Policy Coalition, a gun-owners rights group, raised a complaint against the Texan law in 2021, saying that the ban violated the US Constitution’s Second Amendment, which states “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
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The judge suspended his ruling for 30 days to allow appeals to be filed.