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Washington DC refuses to grant 3 black men concealed-carry licenses — so they're suing, alleging discrimination

Sanu Millard with his gun for Washington Post story on lawsuit filed on behalf of black DC residents saying they are unfairly being denied concealed-carry permits. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Three black men are suing Washington, D.C., alleging discrimination after district police refused to give them concealed-carry licenses, the Washington Post reported.

The suit — filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in September — claims D.C. not only wrongly said the plaintiffs have violent histories but also that it misjudged their criminal records, the paper noted. In addition, the suit says D.C. police have unreasonably refused licenses to those with minor criminal convictions and arrests with no convictions — and sometimes unfairly used their involvement in violent incidents against them, the Post said.

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