August 16, 2022

SCOTUS vacates numerous challenges to gun laws in 4 states

Conservatives scored a number of wins at the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court over the past few weeks, especially with regard to challenges to various restrictions on firearms, many of which were in violation of the Second Amendment.

According to Bloomberg Law, on Thursday, the Supreme Court vacated a number of challenges to state gun laws, essentially giving the lower courts another chance to make a proper ruling on the cases in light of recent developments of other SCOTUS gun-related decisions.

“The cases sent back Thursday include challenges to bans in New Jersey and California on high-capacity magazines that hold ten rounds or more, Maryland’s assault weapons ban, and Hawaii’s restrictions on open-carry,” the outlet reported.

The action happened in the wake of the monumental victory for the pro-Second Amendment crowd in the case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Inc. v. Bruen.

SCOTUS decided in that case that residents of New York were no longer required to provide a justifiable reason when applying for a concealed carry permit. Several other blue states had similar policies, some of which have already been reversed.

Because of that ruling, SCOTUS said on Thursday that a list of gun law cases from Hawaii, California, New Jersey, and Maryland deserve a second look by the lower courts.

The ruling to vacate the cases and send them back was widely celebrated across social media by conservatives.

Overall, the month of June was one of the most critical victories for law-abiding, gun-owning Americans in generations. Hopefully, that trend will continue with the current makeup of the Supreme Court.

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