Fletcher v. Haas

Federal District Court

Challenge to Alienage Prohibition - WIN!!!!!

Fletcher v. Haas was brought in federal court to challenge unconstitutional practice of restricting resident aliens fundamental individual right to keep and bear arms.

Under the current law, lawful alien residents of Massachusetts are prohibited from applying for the licenses required to purchase any firearm in the Commonwealth or even to possess most firearms, including all handguns and many rifles and shotguns. This suit seeks to bring parity for firearms rights to legal resident aliens of the US. A parity that legal aliens possess in virtually every other jurisdiction in the US.

In addition to Comm2A, this case is supported by the Second Amendment Foundation, Inc.  Joseph Hickson is the plaintiff's attorney.