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.
Tom King, president of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, speaks with A1F Editor in Chief Frank Miniter about the path forward following the Supreme Court's Bruen decision.
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.
The effects of the landmark Bruen decision are already being felt.