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Supreme Court to hear challenge to Washington, D.C., gun law

• LA Times
The case has drawn wide attention not because of the city's law itself, but because the court may decide for the first time whether gun rights are truly protected by the Constitution, just like the right to free speech or the right to freely prac

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Comment by Mike Renzulli
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If the SCOTUS rules in favor of an individual right ot bear arms that maybe the only silver lining in the whole mess the U.S. is in right now.

With the massive inflation that will come with massive joblessness people are going to need access to guns to protect themselves from criminals that will come as a result of the economic downturn.

If jobs are not abundant, some people with ulterior motives will turn to crime rather than pursue a new trade or career as a means to sustain themselves.

Comment by Terry Bressi
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Whether or not the Constitution truly protects gun rights is really not the question. The real question that will be answered in this case is whether or not the Supreme Court recognizes that the Constitution protects gun rights....



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