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FPC Challenges New York’s Ban on Body Armor

Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) sues New York over its absurd body armor ban, arguing it infringes on Second Amendment rights and leaves citizens defenseless. The lawsuit challenges the state’s authoritarian law, seeking relief for FPC members.

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Win! SCOTUS Reverses Lower Court’s Anti-Second Amendment Ruling

The Supreme Court reversed the Second Circuit’s anti-Second Amendment decision and remanded Antonyuk v. James for re-hearing, impacting New York’s Concealed Carry Improvement Act. The ruling challenges provisions on “good moral character,” interviews, references, and training, reinforcing Second Amendment protections in light of the Rahimi decision.

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The Era of Chevron Deference is Over

Today, the US Supreme Court released an opinion with massive, far-reaching consequences that curtails the ability of government agencies to re-interpret law as they see fit. Joe LoPorto breaks it down for us.

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Federal Bump Stock Ban

In a landmark 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court overturned the federal bump stock ban, challenging the classification of bump stocks as machine guns. This ruling impacts Second Amendment rights, with a surprising admission from the dissenting justices that could shape future debates on assault weapons.

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ATFs Pistol Brace Rule Edges Closer to Supreme Court

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a critical case, SAF v. ATF, challenging the ATF’s controversial pistol brace rule. With potentially 40 million braced AR pistols affected, the outcome could impact gun rights nationwide and may even escalate to the Supreme Court.

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of the NRA on Free Speech

On May 30, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the NRA in NRA v. Vullo, stating that government officials cannot coerce private entities to suppress disfavored views, thus upholding First Amendment protections. The NRA claimed Maria Vullo pressured insurers to sever ties after the 2018 Parkland shooting.

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Temporary Restraining Order Issued Against ATF Final Rule

Biden’s weaponized ATF just took a loss in federal court. A temporary restraining order was issued preventing them from enforcing the new and ambiguous “Engaged in the Business” rule. It may be only one battle in a larger war but one of the criteria for issuing a restraining order is “a likelihood of success on the merits.” This is likely a sign of bigger and better things to come.

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California’s “Sin Tax” On Ammo Goes Into Effect July 1

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: California has no limits when it comes to violating civil rights when it comes to so-called “public safety.” Law-abiding, peaceable citizens will now be footing the bill, to the tune of an additional 11%, in the form of a facially-unconstitutional tax, to purchase ammunition.

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