Official DRGO Statement Regarding the en banc 11th Circuit Court Wollschlaeger (FOPA) Decision

DRGO is very concerned about this decision. Disregarding the amicus brief in which DRGO, SAF, and CCRKBA pointed out the applicability of the Gentile Balancing Test to this case, the court arrived at a ruling which allows doctors to say whatever they please about firearms. When professional medical organizations are on record saying their aims […]

Wollschlaeger (FOPA) Again

On February 16 the entire 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a challenge to Florida’s Firearm Owners’ Privacy Act (a case commonly termed “Docs vs. Glocks”).  The plaintiffs were individual Florida physicians who opposed the law, backed by organized medicine which has made it a crusade for preserving the “free speech” of physicians.  Previously, […]

FOPA Revisited

Just one year after the federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated an injunction against enforcing the Florida Firearms Owners’ Privacy Act (FOPA), it has done so again. FOPA, popularly nicknamed “Glocks vs. Docs”, was passed in 2011 to prohibit physicians from routinely inquiring about and documenting gun ownership of their patients. It has been […]

Boston, Grave of Liberty?

[You may also be interested in Michael Graham’s column in the Boston Herald and my interview with Dana Loesch.] In a bizarre announcement last Thursday, the City of Boston has decided that physicians should now be required to ask all patients about their gun ownership. Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants the state of Massachusetts to legislate this in the 2019 session. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said “This is a great way for […]

DRGO Update for March 6, 2017

We’re glad to have you with us, knowing you are more representative of our profession than our specialty organizations when it comes to the right to keep and bear arms. Please let your friends and colleagues know that DRGO can speak for them, too. Invite them to review the website and, if they value what […]