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California Governor Proposes 28th Amendment to Override Second Amendment
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California Governor Proposes 28th Amendment to Override Second Amendment

California Governor Gavin Newsom has recently introduced a controversial proposal that aims to add a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The goal of this amendment is to override the Second Amendment and implement stricter gun control measures across the country. Newsom's proposal has sparked significant debate and raised concerns among gun rights advocates. However, the process of amending the Constitution is complex, making the likelihood of this proposal becoming law highly improbable.

NRA Seeks to Expand Injunctions Against ATF's Pistol Brace Rule, Protecting Millions of Gun Owners

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has taken steps to expand the injunctions against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives' (ATF) pistol brace rule, aiming to protect millions of gun owners. In a motion to intervene filed in the SEF Garland case, the NRA seeks to join the lawsuit as a named plaintiff, representing its over 350,000 Texas members and more than 4 million members across the nation.

Supreme Court Denies Reconsideration on Firearm Confiscation Case

In a recent development, the Supreme Court has decided not to review a case that involved the warrantless search and seizure of firearms within a home. The case, titled torsivia V suffix County, brought attention to the issue of constitutional protections against unreasonable searches and seizures and the application of exceptions in such cases.

Supreme Court Considers Challenge to Concealed Carry Laws

In a recent development, a Second Amendment case challenging concealed carry laws has been submitted to the Supreme Court for review. The case revolves around the federal laws that prohibit individuals under domestic violence restraining orders from possessing firearms. The outcome of this case could potentially have far-reaching implications for gun control laws in the United States.

Supreme Court Case Challenges ATF's Power to Regulate Suppressors Under the NFA

In a groundbreaking development, the Supreme Court is set to hear the Texas suppressor lawsuit, which seeks to eliminate the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives' (ATF) regulations on suppressors. The case, known as Paxton v. Duddlebok, will be argued before a federal district court in Texas this week. If successful, the lawsuit could strip the ATF of its power to regulate suppressors made and sold exclusively within the state. This article delves into the details of the case, its implications for Second Amendment rights, and the key arguments put forth by the involved parties.

Supreme Court Considers Constitutionality of ATF Firearm Restrictions

The Supreme Court is currently considering a case challenging the constitutionality of federal restrictions on non-violent felons possessing ammunition. The case revolves around the question of whether Congress has the authority to criminalize interstate possession of ammunition. The plaintiff in the case, Mr. Seekins, was charged with possession of two shotgun shells found in a dumpster. This article provides a detailed analysis of the case and its potential implications.

Supreme Court's Delay in Ruling on CA Magazine & 'Assault Weapon' Ban Sparks Speculation

The Supreme Court's delay in ruling on the California magazine ban and assault weapon ban cases has left gun owners eagerly awaiting Judge Benitez's decision. Speculation has grown surrounding the reasons for the delay and the potential implications of the ruling.

Ground Breaking Supreme Court Decision Strikes Down Suppressor Restrictions!

In a significant development, two lawsuits are making headway in challenging the state ban on suppressor purchase and possession in Illinois. The cases, Morse V Raul and Anderson V Raul, have been filed in separate federal District Courts within the state. Their aim is to remove the restrictions on suppressors, also known as silencers, and potentially set a groundbreaking precedent by declaring such bans as unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.

Supreme Court Case Challenges Second Amendment Protections for Firearm Magazines

In a new legal development, the Supreme Court is being asked to review a case that could have far-reaching implications for the Second Amendment. The case, known as KCI vs. the 8th Judicial District Court of the state of Nevada, revolves around the protection of firearm magazines under the PLCAA (Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act) and the potential liability of manufacturers. This legal battle has caught the attention of gun rights advocates and those concerned about the erosion of the PLCAA's protections.

Nationwide Block of ATF Pistol Brace & Short Barreled Rifle Rule Faces Critical Hearing in Fifth Circuit

In a significant development, the ATF's pistol brace and short-barreled rifle rule is facing critical arguments before the Fifth Circuit. This update sheds light on the ongoing legal battle, the current state of temporary injunctions, and the potential implications for gun owners across the nation.

Supreme Court Hears Texas Suppressor Freedom Case: Potential Game-Changer for Gun Regulations

In a recent development that has sent shockwaves through the gun rights community, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Texas suppressor Freedom lawsuit, potentially paving the way for significant changes in gun regulations. The case, officially known as Paxton V dettelbach, aims to eliminate the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the Arms Trade Treaty (ATS) regulations on suppressors manufactured in Texas.