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Law muzzling doctors on firearms ownership questions is not an unconstitutional limit on free speech

In a key federal test of a law using professional discipline to restrict speech perceived as breaching the right to bear arms, on July 28 the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Issued a revised opinion upholding a controversial Florida law that limits doctors from inquiring about their patients’ firearm ownership (Wollschlaeger v. Governor of Florida).

In a key federal test of a law using professional discipline to restrict speech perceived as breaching the right to bear arms, on July 28 the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Issued a revised opinion upholding a controversial Florida law that limits doctors from inquiring about their patients’ firearm ownership (Wollschlaeger v. Governor of Florida).

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