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Some news and commentary amid the continuing <em>Bruen</em> brouhaha over the Second Amendment


Regular readers likely recall my series of posts right after the Supreme Court’s big Second Amendment decision Bruen (basics here) in which I suggested that a number of broad federal criminal firearm prohibitions might be subject to new constitutional challenges (see posts here are here).  We are not quite at the six months mark since Bruen, but I have already chronicled in a number of subsequent posts a number of notable rulings applying Bruen to strike down a number of gun control measures.  Not surprisingly, many folks are also taking note of these developments, and just this past week has brought plenty of notable news and commentary on this front that seemed worth rounding up:

From The Conversation, “A judge in Texas is using a recent Supreme Court ruling to say domestic abusers can keep their guns

From The Hill, “Is the Supreme Court turning the Constitution into a homicide pact?

From Syracuse.com, “Can you bring a gun to the zoo?  On a bus?  Syracuse judge eagerly rewrites NY firearms law

From the Wall Street Journal, “States Advancing Gun-Control Proposals Face Legal Uncertainty: Questions remain for lawmakers, courts on forbidding the carrying of firearms in ‘sensitive places’”


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