Supporting Florida’s public-carry law, which permits concealed carry and prohibits open carry.
Court: Florida Supreme Court
Issue at Stake: Public carry
Summary: Everytown filed this amicus brief in the Florida Supreme Court to demonstrate that Florida’s public-carry law – which permits concealed carry, but not open carry – does not violate the constitutional right to bear arms and is consistent with centuries of Anglo-American tradition.
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