Docs vs. Glocks law protects patients

From the August 17th edition of the Orlando Sentinel By Timothy Wheeler Guest columnist Why would the Florida Legislature pass a law that prevents doctors from asking patients about guns in their homes? Opponents of the law, now struck down by the U.S. District Court, maintain that the law violates doctors' First Amendment right of free speech. The doctors insist they only want to educate patients about gun safety. But none of the doctor organizations fighting the law have admitted to the public why the "Docs vs. Glocks" law, or Firearm Owner's Privacy Act, was necessary in the ...
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