03 April 2007

The NRA & Parker v. District of Columbia

WASHINGTON (Map, News) - Could the National Rifle Association and its allies in Congress be undermining the best pro-gun case ever likely to be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court?

That's the question one of the attorneys (Robert A. Levy) involved in Parker v. District of Columbia is asking. Note that if the Supreme Court were to uphold the Circuit's opinion in Parker it could do so on grounds which specifically recognize the individual right to bear arms.


highnumber said...

Did you hear the Cato Events Podcast with the attorneys who brought the suit? I'm not a gun nut. I've never even held a loaded gun, but being liberty-minded, I found it to be one of Cato's most interesting podcasted events.

Grotius said...

I'll check it out.