After a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order to prevent Gov. Murphy’s unconstitutional new restrictions on concealed carry permit holders from being enforced, Sen. Steven Oroho said it’s a victory for the 2nd Amendment and the rights of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves.
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Senate Republican Leader Steven Oroho (R-24) responded after a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order to prevent new restrictions on concealed carry permit holders recently signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy from being enforced:
“Republicans warned when Governor Murphy’s concealed carry law was being rushed through the Legislature that it was an unconstitutional attempt by Democrats to circumvent the United States Supreme Court and strip away the rights of legal firearm owners.
“The federal judge’s ruling, which validates what we have been saying, is a victory for the 2nd Amendment and the rights of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves both in public and in private. We look forward to the offending provisions of the law being permanently struck down.”
In a 60-page opinion in support of the temporary restraining order, the judge wrote, “Neither the State nor the public has an interest in enforcing unconstitutional laws.”