Federal appeals court panel says New York can continue banning guns from 'sensitive places'

New York can continue to enforce a new state law banning guns from "sensitive" places.
A federal appeals court panel says the state can enforce the legislation in places such as parks and theaters while judges consider a legal challenge.
Most of the ruling is still on hold after a district judge found constitutional issues with multiple parts of the law.
Those matters include applicants being required to have "good moral character" and forcing them to turn over information about their social media accounts.