Supreme Court remits MD assault weapons ban back to lower courts in light of Bruen vs. NY ruling

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  • Crazytrain

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    MD just got a seven day extension on filing a supplemental response brief until 19 Oct.
    Oh, good grief. If they haven't figured it out by now what are they going to do with another seven days.

    I think they just want to torture us. Well, not really. I mean, yes they do; but I'm sure that isn't the reason for another week. Pretty sure, anyway.
     

    BeoBill

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    I think they just want to torture us. Well, not really. I mean, yes they do; but I'm sure that isn't the reason for another week. Pretty sure, anyway.
    Exactly right, IMO. It took what, a month plus to get G&S removed from the W&C Application process? Where other states rescinded it almost overnight. They want to see what they can get away with, and are too cowardly to go Balls In like Hi, NY and CA.
     

    swinokur

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    Bruen was decided on 6-23. Hogan removed G&S on 7-5

    That’s 12 days. Not too bad for a govt that had its boot on our necks for 30 plus years


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    Mark75H

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    Bruen was decided on 6-23. Hogan removed G&S on 7-5


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    No, the related court case in MD removed G&S on 7-5. Scheduling of and hearing that case is what caused the delay and what did away with G&S. Hogan was just grandstanding for media
     

    Mark75H

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    Oh so your 7-5 is different than my 7-5.

    Ok

    I thought MSP was under the executive branch which is the Governor

    My mistake

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    No, MD law specifically gives that authority to MSP without oversight of the governor.

    I will repeat, Hogan's announcement on 7-5 was media grandstanding that lacked any force of law or authority under the state constitution
     

    swinokur

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    No, MD law specifically gives that authority to MSP without oversight of the governor.

    I will repeat, Hogan's announcement on 7-5 was media grandstanding that lacked any force of law or authority under the state constitution

    So again I posted the date G&S was removed as 7-5 but you’re saying the actual date is 7-5

    Got it

    The point was that MD did not really drag its feet

    That went over your head


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    Mark75H

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    I guess I was not clear in my comment. I completely agree with your assessment that MD didn't drag their feet.

    I only intended to add that Hogan did nothing but speechify in front of cameras; what legally occured was completely behind the scenes.
     
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    mikem623

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    I’d pay to watch Clarence Thomas kick Frosh right in the nuts.
    After your comment, I had this vision of the event taking place. Just could not stop laughing every time the thought came to me. In order for Herr Frosh to be kicked in the nuts he would need to borrow a set.
     

    platoonDaddy

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    SCOTUS vacated and remanded a Federal case in Mass that said, among other things, that you need a state license to buy/own a gun in light of the Bruen case. That case is Morin v. Lyver. That means MD HQL is illegal.
     

    FrankZ

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    The court is addressing eligibility nothing else


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    The court was asked about "good cause" stipulation in Bruen, and we got more than that out of the decision.

    You are most likely correct in assuming we will get an answer to eligibility, but there could be more in the decision.
     

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