Supreme Court Hears NYC 2nd Amendment Case
The nation’s highest court heard its biggest Second Amendment case in a decade.
The justices grappled for more than an hour yesterday in a dispute concerning a New York City gun regulation.
The law regulates where licensed handgun owners can take a locked and unloaded handgun.
When the Supreme Court agreed to take up the case, the law blocked licensed individuals from removing a handgun from the address listed on the license.
Exceptions included traveling to nearby, authorized small arms ranges or shooting clubs.
The law has since changed, allowing licensed owners to take handguns to other locations, including second homes or shooting ranges outside city limits.
No word yet on if they will drop the case.