He’s certainly trying to.
Yes. It means new lawsuits to challenge the new rules. They don’t go directly to scotus though. Start with the lower courts first. In theory those courts should use Bruen as a guide and nuke them there. In theory.
The bill states that following under the amendments section: " This act shall take effect 1[immediately] on the first day of the seventh month next following the date of enactment, except the Attorney General may take such anticipatory administrative action in advance as shall be necessary for the implementation of this act1." Is this replacing "immediately" with the underlined text or is it the other way around?
I'm confused (a regular occurrence). Does this mean that Murphy stops ccw in it's tracks by adding all kinds of restrictions, fees, training requirements, sensitive areas, etc. regardless of what Thomas alluded to not doing those things? Does this mean any lawsuits regarding such have to wait to be heard by SCOTUS? Does this mean that at my current age of 65 I may never be able to ccw in NJ?