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Supreme Court Shakes Up Blue States Again

Supreme Court Shakes Up Blue States Again
Supreme Court Shakes Up Blue States Again

Supreme Court Shakes Up Blue States Again

Legislation in New York that required individuals to meet additional standards in order to obtain a license to carry a concealed firearm was recently struck down by the Supreme Court of the United States. The state of New York is working feverishly to overturn this decision, but we had anticipated that this verdict would have an effect on other states as well. And in a surprise turn of events, the attorneys general of two states that are considered to be far on the left have just struck down their respective laws.

A law that required “good reason” for someone to conceal and carry a firearm has been struck down as unconstitutional as a result of a comprehensive opinion written by Hawaii’s attorney general. Rob Bonta, the Attorney General of California, took a step in the same direction. A rule that required “good reason” was invalidated by his decision. What is the cause? Because of the ruling reached by the Supreme Court, these kinds of prohibitions are now considered “unconstitutional.”

The majority of Democratic governors in blue states are opposed to the Second Amendment. They are not able to entirely invalidate the gun rights of Americans. However, they do all in their power to restrict the actions that can be taken by law-abiding citizens. The right of a person to carry a firearm for the purpose of self-defense is prohibited under the laws of many of these states. To begin, one needs to have a license to carry a concealed weapon.

However, in order to receive this license, a person needs to demonstrate that they are in danger and have a need for a firearm. Really? It is incumbent on law-abiding citizens of the United States to speculate as to whether or not they will be in danger. How is it that someone could achieve that? But this is exactly my point. Because it is difficult to demonstrate that you have a “good cause,” very few people from the United States were able to obtain a license in the states of Hawaii or California (and New York in the past).

However, the attorney general of these blue states has eliminated those rules, citing the ruling of the Supreme Court. Although this is a significant victory for Americans living in these states, the fight is far from done. The legislatures of Hawaii and California might try to limit constitutional carry by passing further types of restrictive laws.

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