The secondary implications of a right to keep and bear arms...

The Volokh Conspiracy examines the implications of a constitutional right to keep and bear arms as applied to waiting periods.  Shorter Volokh: Some short waiting periods are probably constitutional, but lengthy ones (New York can take up to 6 months) are probably not. 

UPDATE: Part two covers taxes, fees, and regulations.

This entry was published Thu Apr 09 09:40:26 CDT 2009 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2009-04-09 09:40:26.0. [Tweet]

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