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Jackson County DA Decides to Follow the Constitution

Written By: Gerald R. Fox  |  Posted: Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Yesterday, in a resounding victory for all freedom- loving Americans, the United States Supreme Court confirmed that the Second Amendment's protection of our right to keep and bear arms applies everywhere in America, and serves as a rampart against state infringement of this fundamental individual liberty. In its ruling, the Court declared that the right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental right, and that self-defense is at the core of the freedoms protected by the amendment. This Supreme Court ruling is binding on all states and local governments, and immediately renders some of Wisconsin's current laws unconstitutional. Therefore, in keeping with my oath to uphold and defend the Constitution, I hereby declare that this office will no longer accept law enforcement referrals for violations of the following statutes:

Section 167.31, prohibiting uncased or loaded firearms in vehicles;

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