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Old May 16th, 2019, 08:17 PM #31
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I would love for Rogers to be the vehicle to overturn justifiable need/Good cause laws. Just because of the underhanded BS New Jersey did during the SCOTUS Cert review for Drake.(Accepting Pantano at the NJ Supreme Court just so they could argue that there was an identical case in the state court waiting on opening arguments) once SCOTUS denied cert on Drake the NJSC issued a statement saying Pantano was "Improvendently granted and thus dismissed" I Truly hope Justices Thomas,Alito & Roberts remember the ruse as it would be poetic justice that NJ would be the state that gets justifiable need / Good cause deemed unconstitutional
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Old May 17th, 2019, 08:12 AM #32
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In other words, I will most likely never see shall issue in Maryland during my life time. I absolutely hate this @&$%# state.
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Old May 18th, 2019, 07:24 AM #33
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Nothing is automatic. The other states can either change their "good reason" laws voluntarily or wait to get sued and argue that their law is "different"


Really depressing - so MD removes G&S, adds some other similar scheme and therefore kicks the can for another 5 years before having to change it again, etc. Being sued is of no consequence to Frost types who think they are saving us peasants from irreparable harm.

All this just pisses me off more that the Republican Party is so broken that we couldn’t get almost anything done when we had congress and the WH, let alone National Reciprocity or repealing the NFA.


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Old May 18th, 2019, 09:09 AM #34
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We still have long gun open carry. I know because of BGOS no one will do it. But we should!
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We still have long gun open carry. I know because of BGOS no one will do it. But we should!
Not in Rockville, Balitmore, and Leonardtown. They have casing ordinances that predates the state preemption law.
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In other words, I will most likely never see shall issue in Maryland during my life time. I absolutely hate this @&$%# state.
Assuming we win at NYSRPA, all held cases by SCOTUS return to lower courts. I'd venture to say Woollard would effectively no longer be good law. The lower courts could rule in our favor this time around.
If Scotus takes any of the carry cases and we win, then G and S will be impossible to defend in front of any court. All the may issue regimes have said their statutes are essentially the same; they won't be able to say they're now something different.
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Assuming we win at NYSRPA, all held cases by SCOTUS return to lower courts. I'd venture to say Woollard would effectively no longer be good law. The lower courts could rule in our favor this time around.
If Scotus takes any of the carry cases and we win, then G and S will be impossible to defend in front of any court. All the may issue regimes have said their statutes are essentially the same; they won't be able to say they're now something different.
Agreed. Malpasso from the 4th Circuit on the Maryland law will be pending in the SCT at the same time and, if a carry case is decided favorably (e.g., Rogers), the rest of the carry cases will be GVR back to the lower courts. That (a GVR) might even happen after NYSRPA v. NYC is decided. Let's give it a year. My bet is that lots will have changed this time next year.
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