Another nail in the coffin of gun control

Via email from Mike we have ELIZABETH E. MORRIS; and ALAN C. BAKER, Plaintiffs, v. U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, et al., Case No. 3:13-CV-00336-BLW:

While the Corps retains the right to regulate the possession and carrying of handguns on Corps property, this regulation imposes an outright ban, and is therefore unconstitutional under any level of scrutiny, as set forth in Heller and Peruta.

For all of the reasons cited above, the Court will grant plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment…

Summary judgment! Can school and Post Office carry be far behind?

Yes, I recognize this decision is dependent upon the Ninth Circuit and other circuits have contrary ruling but when SCOTUS ultimately takes the case we will have that much more data demonstrating the risk, if any, to respecting the right to keep and bear arms is low. Claims of government being “special” will warrant little more than a raised eyebrow.

As Say Uncle said, Ban on guns violates second amendment? Who knew?

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  1. One thing that makes this interesting is that the 9th circuit is notorious for being often way out to the far left, and getting overturned unusually frequently for that reason.

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