The Supreme Court has chosen to hear McDonald v Chicago, a case I've been covering sporadically on this blog. The case is Alan Gura's carefully-planned incorporation case, and he's the genius behind the Heller case that forced the Supreme Court to rule in favor of an individual right to keep arms under the Second Amendment. This bodes well for our chances at a favorable ruling on the incorporation issue. The composition of the court has not changed much since Heller (the court has lost Souter, who dissented from Heller, and gained Sotomayor, who will likely vote against incorporation).
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