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The Ninth Circuit rules no right to carry

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tector
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The Ninth Circuit rules no right to carry

Post by tector »

Does not apply to Florida, yet, but the Supreme Court is going to have to quit dodging 2A cases some day.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/20 ... ns-public/

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Post by MiamiOffshore »

What's next? The First Amendment only applies while you're at home?

2A plainly says "Keep AND bear" If you can't carry open or concealed then how does one "bear" them whilst they're not being "kept" at home?

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Post by hotspur »

Also plainly says "A well regulated militia." What's well regulated? And by whom?

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Post by MiamiOffshore »

"Regulated" at the time of the writing of the Bill of Rights, meant "to put in good order". This has been well established by Constitutional scholars and dictionaries of the time period.

Think about it, what good is a militia that's regulated by another body? However a militia that is in "good working order" is one whose right to arms has not been infringed upon. Or put another way if you have a militia whose right to keep and bear arms has been infringed upon it can't be in good order if you don't have the tools for the job and ability to move about with said tools.

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