One month ago, the Supreme Court held in McDonald v. City of Chicago that states, not just the federal government, are prevented from violating Americans' Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. The Supreme Court did not, however, define the full scope of the right, nor the standard of review by which challenged statutes will be judged. In other words: It ain't over yet. A number of pending lawsuits across the country will further shape how the Second Amendment will be applied.
Read Original at: The National Review