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Old 01-24-2013, 02:35 PM   #39
5ynd1cat3
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Originally Posted by badfast View Post
In essence means nothing.

This is not a SCOTUS issue. This is a state's rights issue. The Constitution is a limitation of the powers of the federal government. The Constitution only begins to dictate that of state's rights with specific language starting at the 14th amendment.
Unfortunately, I think you might be mistaken. Look what happened in illinois recently when the SCOTUS ruled on concealed carry. If you give them the authority to rule on that state decision, expect them to rule on this one too. The door has been opened for federal meddling in things that are reserved to the states. New York can make whatever gun laws it wants as long as it adheres to the state constitution. Feds have absolutely no authority on this whatsoever.

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