Monte Frank Quoted by ABA Journal on Importance of Resolution 111
On Monday, February 22, 2021, the ABA House of Delegates passed Resolution 111, which calls for federal, local and state governments to enact gun control laws and regulations that restrict firearms in some government buildings and polling places. Monte Frank, co-chair of Pullman & Comley’s Litigation practice and delegate of the ABA Standing Committee on Gun Violence, pointed to the recent attack at the Capitol as a reason to make sure that firearms are barred from state houses, town halls and polling places.
“What’s at stake? Free and fair elections, robust open debate on public issues free from chilling effects caused by armed intimidation or violence, and the ability of public servants do their work without fear,” he said.
The resolution passed by 321 to 21 votes.
Read the full article on the ABA Journal website.