It’s been over a decade since the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case dealing with the right to keep and bear arms, but that drought ended on Wednesday as the nine justices took up the constitutionality of New York’s subjective “may issue” permitting scheme for carrying a firearm in self-defense. Plaintiffs’ attorney Paul Clement, New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood, and Acting U.S. Solicitor General Brian Fletcher all faced probing queries from the justices, who seemed interested in several issues related to the right to bear arms.
SCOTUS Hears Oral Arguments In Critical Right To Carry Case – Bearing Arms
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