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Gun laws in Massachusetts unchanged following Supreme Court ruling - for now

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Gun owners in Massachusetts with restricted licenses to carry will need to wait for laws - and attitudes - to change before they begin carrying concealed firearms in line with the expanded rights handed down last week by the Supreme Court, according to the leader of a local gun rights group.
“As soon as the decision came down, Maura Healey said she will enforce Massachusetts law as it is. We have put out an alert asking people to be patient,” Jim Wallace, executive director of the Gun Owners Action League, told the Herald Sunday.
On Thursday the Supreme Court issued its opinion in New York...
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