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District to appeal court decision ending concealed carry ban

The District attorney general’s office is not going quietly with the July ruling that deemed D.C.’s total ban on guns in public unconstitutional because of the Second Amendment. For the first time since the ruling, Attorney General Irv Nathan… Read More

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D.C. leaders propose concealed handgun permits

This past Wednesday, Mayor Vincent Gray and D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announced an emergency bill that would allow District residents to apply for a license to carry concealed handguns outside the home. It will be considered at… Read More

Comments of the Week: The School of Nursing and House of Cards

Last week Vox covered the Ebola outbreak’s impact on Georgetown’s programs in West Africa and an event featuring the President of Liberia and informed the prefrosh about CAPS and the arts at Georgetown. James Madison jumped in on Vox‘s article… Read More

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Court ruling keeps D.C. handgun free for 90 more days

Yesterday, a federal judge granted a 90-day stay on a ruling which overturned D.C.’s ban on handguns in public. The next 90 days will hopefully give District officials the time they need to decide whether to pursue an… Read More