Tuesday, April 9, 2024

 New Lawsuit Brings the Gun Fight to New York That Could Allow SCOTUS To Force National Carry United Liberty  Story  by Tony Bonnani

In a bold move that could potentially shape the landscape of gun rights in America, Gun Owners of America (GOA) has taken the fight to New York with a groundbreaking lawsuit. This legal challenge has the potential to not only impact New York’s firearm regulations but could also pave the way for national reciprocity for concealed carry permits. Let’s explore the details of this significant development and its potential implications.

At the heart of the lawsuit is the contention that New York’s restrictive firearm laws unjustly infringe upon the Second Amendment rights of non-residents. Currently, New York does not issue licenses to carry handguns to non-residents, nor does it recognize licenses issued by other states. This leaves individuals who travel to New York for business or leisure without the means to exercise their right to self-defense.

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