The Free Beacon reported the latest:
The District of Columbia has agreed to pay the legal fees of plaintiffs in the court case that overturned the city’s former ban on gun carry.
The settlement, filed Thursday, stems from Palmer v. District of Columbia. The judge in the case, Frederick J. Scullin, declared the city’s total ban on gun carry unconstitutional. The District was forced to pass a law allowing gun carry, but is now locked in another legal battle over the law’s constitutionality.
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