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SCOTUS distributes 10 Second Amendment Cases for 5/1/2020 Conference

Doug_Nightmare

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  1. Mance v. Barr (5th Circuit)—challenge to federal prohibition on out-of-state handgun purchases
  2. Pena v. Horan (9th Circuit)—challenge to California's prohibition on "unsafe" handguns (including "microstamping" requirement)
  3. Gould v. Lipson (1st Circuit)—challenge to Massachusetts's "may issue" conceal carry licensing regime
  4. Rogers v. Grewal (3rd Circuit)—challenge to New Jersey's "may issue" conceal carry licensing regime
  5. Cheeseman v. Polillo (N.J. Supreme Court)— challenge to New Jersey's "may issue" conceal carry licensing regime
  6. Ciolek v. New Jersey (N.J. Supreme Court )—challenge to New Jersey's "may issue" conceal carry licensing regime
  7. Worman v. Healey (1st Circuit)—challenge to Massachusetts ban on "assault weapons" and large-capacity magazines
  8. Malpasso v. Pallozzi (4th Circuit)—challenge to Maryland's "may issue" conceal carry license regime
  9. Culp v. Raoul (7th Circuit)—Challenge to Illinois's ban on allowing non-residents to apply for conceal carry license
  10. Wilson v. Cook County (7th Circuit)—Challenge to Cook County's ban on "assault weapons" and large-capacity magazines
We should know Monday morning whether there is a new grant. And invariably, the local governments will try to moot the cases. Again. [my emphasis]

 
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Firearms Iinstuctor

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We should know Monday morning whether there is a new grant. And invariably, the local governments will try to moot the cases. Again. [my emphasis]

Yes that was been an problem in the past and the court has just gave them a big go ahead to use mootness in the future.

Screw gun owners over for as long as possible then when it looks like your going to lose change the law a little bit and screw them over for years again.
 
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