Freedom-loving Americans will need to force anti-gun states to comply in the courts, the legislatures and with the wight of public opinion.
In the wake of the landmark Bruen decision, some states have accepted the ruling and begun working to get their laws in compliance, although many overly-burdensome requirements may still need to be addressed.
As the calendar turned to September, New York’s new web of “gun-free” (aka, “sensitive places”) zones went into effect; as a result, it is now illegal for even New Yorkers who have carry permits to bring their concealed, self-defense firearms almost anywhere they want to go.
Even if you don't live in New York, following what is happening in the Empire State is important in the fight for our Second Amendment rights.
The U.S. Supreme Court declared New York’s “good-cause” requirement for the right to bear arms outside the home unconstitutional, but the struggle for freedom is hardly over.
Issues related to guns in America have been very much in the news as some politicians blame American freedom for the actions of murderers; meanwhile, a lot of data is giving us clues of what's to come.
N.Y. Gov. Kathy Hochul signed into law a sweeping new list of gun-control laws that seemed designed to nullify the recent Bruen ruling.