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  1. Don’t forget the other anti-2A laws the state senate/assembly voted on today….
  2. On top of that, I am pretty sure the Judges will want to remove themselves from the approval process altogether (a combo of: they are redundant now, there is a shortage of judges, volume of permits coming in plus the 2 year backlog of evictions they need to address first because of corona) and that would change things as well.
  3. did they mention anything about the transportation rules and how those might be affected or changed?
  4. I know we are all excited and you all want to apply but i think patience is needed here. If you listen to these videos/podcats from the ANJRPC & GFH you can see what i am talking about. Something needs to "trigger" the state to act or change the requirements. https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/716827433/e09b4eef73 The Gun For Hire Radio Broadcast: Episode 577 - Best Gun Range NYC and NJ Area | Gun Range Near Me Congrats to @gunforhire for all his hard work that finally paid off & sticking his neck out for all us! Congrats to ANJRPC also. I know many of us knock the NRA etc and sometime its valid. In this case, the NRA has come through and they should also take some credit for this - like it or not. (no i dont like wayne but the NRA is the most established org - i am not giving up on them yet)
  5. I would put down: For all lawful purposes as per decision - New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen, Docket 20-843
  6. Sorry for spamming - taking these quotes off the scotus blog for everyone's quick read" Alito responds to dissent... though Heller concerned the possession of a handgun in the home, the key point that we decided was that “the people,” not just members of the “militia,” have the right to use a firearm to defend themselves. And because many people face a serious risk of lethal violence when they venture outside their homes, the Second Amendment was understood at the time of adoption to apply under those circumstances. In a concurring opinion joined by the chief, Justice Kavanaugh writes that today's ruling "does not prohibit States from imposing licensing requirements for carrying a handgun for self-defense." "In particular," he says, "the Court's decision does not affect the existing licensing regimes--known as 'shall-issue' regimes-- that are employed in 43 states." The states, including New York, that had used proper cause requirements "may continue to require licenses for carrying handguns for self-defense so long as those States employ objective licensing requirements like those used by the 43 shall-issue States." Page 2 of Alito's concurrence. He dismisses Breyer's recounting of mass shootings. "Why, for example, does the dissent think it is relevant to recount the mass shootings that have occurred in recent years? ... The New York law at issue in this case obviously did not stop that [Buffalo] perpetrator."
  7. guys not sure about you but i feel this opinion is much broader than we expected or in other words - Christmas in June! lol In this case, Thomas explains, nothing in the Second Amendment distinguishes between home and public "with respect to the right to keep and bear arms." it is Thomas' Birthday today as well!!
  8. The Thomas opinion indicates that it is "settled" that places like polling places and courthouses "were 'sensitive places' where arms carrying could be prohibited consistent with the Second Amendment." And courts can analogize to simliar sensitive places, he adds. On the other hand, Thomas adds, "expanding the category of 'sensitive places' simply to all places of public congregation that are not isolated from law enforcement defines the category of 'sensitive places" far too broadly."
  9. The court rejects the "two-part" approach used by the courts of appeals in Second Amendment cases. "In keeping with Heller," Thomas writes, "we hold that when the Second Amendment's plain text covers an individual's conduct, the Constitution presumptively protects that conduct."
  10. 6-3! (i thought roberts was going to dissent) The New York "proper cause" requirement violates the Constitution, Thomas explains, because it only allows public-carry licenses when an applicant shows a special need for self-defense.
  11. Right to Carry Coming to NJ? - Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs (anjrpc.org)
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