New York's Not-So-Well-Regulated Right to Bear Arms

, New York Law Journal


Steven Wasserman, an attorney with the Legal Aid Society, writes that a recent decision endorses the status quo in New York, which for over a century has denied concealed weapons permits to all but a select few civilians, but its endorsement of a near-ban on carrying guns in public is of national significance, because it portends a pluralistic approach to the Right to Bear Arms.

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  • Steve Lubowitz

    Hey Steve Nice article. Long time

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