Two second amendment issues were on tap on the final day of the Supreme Court’s session and it was a mixed day. First, the Supreme Court declined to take up Peruta v. California in its next session. This case revolves around California’s “good cause” requirement for getting a concealed carry license.
In California a person must show good reason for wanting to carry a concealed weapon outside a person’s home or property. Simple general self-defense without showing any type of imminent threat to the applicant is not “good cause” in the state.
Here is more on that case:
SCOTUS declined to hear Peruta v. California; a case revolving around California’s “good cause” requirement for concealed carry license acquisition. On January 12, 2017, Breitbart News reported SCOTUS was petitioned to review Peruta in hopes of securing a ruling as to “whether the Second Amendment entitles ordinary, law-abiding citizens…
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