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Old August 12, 2019, 12:58 AM   #51
5whiskey
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I know reading court filings is about as exciting as watching paint dry to most folks, but the attorneys for the petitioners did really well penning that response to mootness. They decimated NYCs arguments that the SCOTUS should consider the case moot. I see SCOTUS hearing the case. I went to quote a line from the briefing, but in reading it found about a 1000 more worthy of quoting. So just read it. While I don’t predict “bear arms” will be broadly defined by this case, the transport of legally owned firearms will likely be declared a constitutional right. And not just to a 2nd residence or place of business owned by the gun owner, an “authorized range or competition,” or to a gunsmith (with special permission) as NYC has now changed their ordinance to allow.
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