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High Court to Review Chicago Gun Ban
September 30, 2009
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would consider McDonald v. Chicago, a case involving the scope of individuals' Second Amendment rights. Speaking with ACSblog about the case, the Constitutional Accountability Center's Doug Kendall said that an intriguing question regarding the cases is, if the Second Amendment is incorporated to the states, whether the justices would consider incorporation through Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Watch the interview below or download a podcast of it here.
Tags:Federalism, Supreme Court, Separation of Powers and Federalism, Doug Kendall, Fourteenth Amendment, McDonald v. Chicago, Privileges or Immunities, Second Amendment