Court Rules Doctors Have a First Amendment Right to Discuss Gun Safety

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled Thursday that a Florida law barring doctors from asking patients whether they have guns in their homes violates the First Amendment.

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  • Scout706

    Doc, you want to talk to me about gun safety? Let‘s talk about medical malpractice first. Guess which kills more people? And don‘t be charging my insurance or me to hear you preach!

  • Finally

    YES!!!!!! Funny how some want the government out of everything, except a woman‘s uterus and now a conversation between a MD and a patient about basic safety!!!! Glad the courts used common sense!

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