The Supreme Court of the United States reversed a lower court ruling that had upheld Massachusetts' handgun restrictions and licensing requirements that were thinly-veiled efforts to infringe on the 2nd Amendment.
The Supreme Court called on the lower court to review their case in light of NYSRPA v. Bruen, which affirmed Americans' rights to bear arms outside of their homes.
The Supreme Court's decision dealt a death blow to the attempts to infringe on Americans' 2nd Amendment rights by way of forcing Americans to justify their need to conceal carry.
The effects of the pro-2nd Amendment rulings from the Supreme Court have changed gun regulations from California to New Jersey.
Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in Bruen saying, "Although we remarked in Heller that the need for armed self-defense is perhaps' most acute' in the home, id., at 628, we did not suggest that the need was insignificant elsewhere. Many Americans hazard greater danger outside the home than in it … [and] the text of the Second Amendment reflects that reality."
Democrats have fought for years to strip Americans of their 2nd Amendment rights, but thanks to the Supreme Court, the war on the 2nd Amendment has become decidedly one-sided.
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