The 9mm Glock, held here by a federal agent after a gun seizure, is a popular handgun. A politically contentious legal fight, dubbed Docs vs. Glocks, over a Florida law that restricts doctors from discussing gun ownership with patients will be taken up by an entire federal appeals court after it threw out a prior decision upholding the statute as constitutional.
The 9mm Glock, held here by a federal agent after a gun seizure, is a popular handgun. A politically contentious legal fight, dubbed Docs vs. Glocks, over a Florida law that restricts doctors from discussing gun ownership with patients will be taken up by an entire federal appeals court after it threw out a prior decision upholding the statute as constitutional. Walter Michor Miami Herald
The 9mm Glock, held here by a federal agent after a gun seizure, is a popular handgun. A politically contentious legal fight, dubbed Docs vs. Glocks, over a Florida law that restricts doctors from discussing gun ownership with patients will be taken up by an entire federal appeals court after it threw out a prior decision upholding the statute as constitutional. Walter Michor Miami Herald

Stage set for major appeal in Florida’s ‘Docs vs. Glocks’ case

February 04, 2016 12:49 PM

UPDATED February 04, 2016 02:32 PM

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