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Oral Argument 12/02 New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Inc. v. City of New York transcript.

color of law

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I have read there is another gun case that the court is to announce Friday if they are going to accept or not. If accepted then the New York case may be dismissed. We will wait and see.
 

Doug_Nightmare

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Josh Blackman above said:
The upshot of this approach is that the Court could add another Second Amendment case to its docket, with an argument scheduled for March or April. Indeed, there are many gun cases that are fully briefed, that have been hanging in SCOTUS purgatory for months. There was obviously some appetite to weigh in on the Second Amendment, after nearly a decade of silence following McDonald v. Chicago. A quick DIG would allow the Justices to address another live case now.
 

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Josh Blackman above said:
The upshot of this approach is that the Court could add another Second Amendment case to its docket, with an argument scheduled for March or April. Indeed, there are many gun cases that are fully briefed, that have been hanging in SCOTUS purgatory for months. There was obviously some appetite to weigh in on the Second Amendment, after nearly a decade of silence following McDonald v. Chicago. A quick DIG would allow the Justices to address another live case now.
be still my heart...no original subject matter commentary nor cite where Mr. Blackman's statement/opinion/comment originated dougie?
 
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