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State Reactions to the SCOTUS Ruling Against Discretionary Carry-Permit Laws Range From Compliance to Defiance
Some states promptly eliminated subjective standards, while others refused to recognize the decision's implications.
Plus: America's falling murder clearance rate, the Fed wrestles with inflation, and more...
Faculty/Administrator Safety Training & Emergency Response (FASTER)
The argument for loosening restrictions on armed self-defense goes beyond the measurable impact on public safety.
Lawful gun owners should not be forced to jump through hoops just to exercise basic constitutional rights
The Supreme Court should reject a law that bars ordinary people from carrying guns for self-defense.
New York, like several other states, limits public carrying of handguns to the favored few.
Supreme Court To Consider Whether New York City Can Keep Legal Gun Owners From Taking Guns Outside City
In first Supreme Court Second Amendment case since 2010, Court must decide whether the right applies in any meaningful sense outside the home.
Golden State gun owners may soon be an endangered species, and no one is talking about why.
The bill dramatically liberalizes concealed carry laws nationwide.
The ruling also rejects an "assault weapon" ban, caliber restrictions for long guns, a heavy handgun tax, and registration requirements.
Also, demonstrators carried sex toys around UT Austin to protest the law.
Make love, not liberty? Students urge the state to protect "cocks not glocks" on campus.
A preliminary injunction upholds the Second Amendment right to armed self-defense outside the home.
It already allowed open carry without a permit, as do 25 other states.
No, the Supreme Court's Marriage Ruling Doesn't Mean All States Must Recognize Each Others' Gun Carry Permits
The logic may lean that way, but we can't be sure the Court values the Second Amendment's application that strongly.