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On June 23, 2022, the US Supreme Court's decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen overturned New York State's law limiting the carrying of firearms, and allows for open carry. These are curated resources on this topic.

Read about the implications of the decision:

"Employer Considerations for Navigating Evolving Gun Laws," July 27, 2022, by Littler

"Key Questions for New York and New Jersey Businesses Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s Gun Decision," June 29, 2022, by Duane Morris

"United States Supreme Court Recognizes a Constitutional Right to Carry Firearms for Self-Defense," June 27, 2022, by Duane Morris

"SCOTUS Strikes “Proper Cause” Requirement in NY Gun Licensing Law," June 24, 2022, by Pappalardo & Poppalardo

"What the Supreme Court Ruling on a NY Concealed Carry Gun Law Means, Univ. of Miami" June 24, 2022, by University of Miami

"SCOTUS Strikes Down New York’s “Proper Cause” Requirement for Concealed Carry Firearm Permits as Violation of Second & Fourteenth Amendments," June 23, 2022, by Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis

"Attorney General James Vows to Protect New Yorkers in Wake of Supreme Court Ruling," June 23, 2022, by Office of the New York Attorney General

"U.S. Supreme Court Gun Rights Decision Has Major Implications for Md. Concealed Carry Law," June 23, 2022, by Maryland Matters

Also check out legal news on this topic in ACC Newsstand powered by Lexology

Region: United States
Interest Area: Government
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