Boston Police Commissioner Sued Over Concealed Carry Delays

The Supreme Court said in Bruen that while “shall issue” concealed carry regimes are presumptively constitutional, they can still run afoul of the right to keep and bear arms if they subject applicants to inordinate fees or a prolonged wait to receive their licenses. Now the Firearms Policy Coalition, Second Amendment Foundation, Commonwealth 2A, and four individuals are putting that to the test by suing Boston, Massachusetts Police Commissioner Michael Cox over what the group is calling “substantial and untenable delays” in the police department’s processing of concealed carry applications.

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