There’s a quiet revolution going on in the constitutional law of guns. Since the Supreme Court declared gun ownership a fundamental right less than a decade ago, the lower courts have been expanding upon that landmark ruling.
Now they've added heightened constitutional protection for gun sellers, including potential exemption from zoning laws. It’s as though the Second Amendment is on its way to joining the First Amendment in a special, preferred position among the panoply of constitutional rights.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Tragic What Happens When Courts Take the Bill of Rights Seriously
A law professor complains that federal judges are treating the Second Amendment with as much concern as the First: