Press release from California Right To Carry:
This morning the US Supreme Court announced that it has once again postponed a decision on whether or not it will grant the petitions in three separate appeals involving the Second Amendment. In all of its history, the US Supreme Court has granted only two petitions where the Second Amendment was specifically at issue in the appeal. The first petition was granted in 2007 and the second petition was granted in 2009. Two of the cases deferred raise the question as to what types of arms are protected under the Second Amendment . . .
The arms at issue in these two cases are so called “assault rifles” and stun-guns but that doesn’t prohibit the US Supreme Court from publishing a decision which informs the lower courts how to determine what types of other arms are protected under the Second Amendment.
The third asks the question as to whether or not the possession of a firearm in both the home and in public is by default lawful under the Second Amendment or is it by default unlawful and unprotected by the Second Amendment?
This last one is the most important of the three and also has …Read the Rest
Source:: Truth About Guns