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Old January 15th, 2020, 01:21 AM #11
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My bet is Pena (the California microstamping law). It is as irrational as the NYC ordinance and equally devoid of any reasonable public safety rationale. That makes it an easy case. My second choice is Rogers because of the square conflict with Wrenn. Rogers is the NJ carry case and it was first in line among the 3 NJ carry cases now before the Court and was filed before Gould and Malpasso (2 other carry cases). No way that NJ will moot that case. Mance is tougher, precisely because it is a federal law, which the Court is usually reluctant to invalidate. Worman involves evil black rifles and a decision there would cause a firestorm of criticism. Too high profile. They can use any of these cases to establish a standard of review and then GVR all the rest.
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