Supreme Court should adjourn New York’s gun laws

More than a decade ago, in the District of Columbia v. Heller, the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia emphasized that there are good public safety reasons for governments to adopt firearms regulations, including regulations governing public squares. “Like most rights,” he wrote to the court, the Second Amendment “is not unlimited.” Indeed, the historical record of gun regulation, including centuries of English and American common law and jurisprudence, allows for gun regulation in public spaces. | Supreme Court should adjourn New York’s gun laws


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