In Split Ruling, Ninth Circuit Recognizes Right To Carry Guns in Public

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The decision authored by Judge Diarmuid O'Scannlain brings the appeals court into conflict with several other circuits.

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    So, now another judge "adopts" the NRA-sponsored scholarship. See: See also: The Hidden History of the Second Amendment, 31 U.C. Davis Law Review 309 (1998), in a 5-4 decision, J. Scalia adopted the NRA-sponsored scholarship. Scalia cites many of the pro-gun authors mentioned in the Hidden History article.

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