From the Illinois Freedom Caucus:
IL Freedom Caucus statement on the US Supreme Court decision to allow enforcement of Illinois’ gun ban
Springfield, IL – The IL Freedom Caucus is issuing the following statement on the US Supreme Court decision to allow enforcement of Illinois’ weapons ban law to continue.
“The US Supreme Court is being consistent with a similar decision in January to allow a New York gun ban to remain in effect while the legal challenges move forward.
” It is our belief the United States Supreme Court will ultimately decide the constitutionality of the New York law, the Illinois state law as well as the Naperville, IL gun ban.
“We don’t believe unconstitutional laws should ever be allowed to be enforced, but we remain confident the High Court will rule to uphold the 2nd Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens and prevent state and local governments from enforcing laws that blatantly violate our constitutional rights.”
The Illinois Freedom Caucus is comprised of State Representatives Chris Miller (R-Oakland), chairman; Blaine Wilhour (R-Beecher City), vice-chairman; Adam Niemerg (R-Dieterich); Brad Halbrook (R-Shelbyville); Dan Caulkins (R-Decatur); Jed Davis (R-Newark) and David Friess (R-Red Bud). The members of the Illinois Freedom Caucus are members of the Illinois General Assembly who are advocating for limited government, lower taxes and accountability and integrity in government.
A good one.
JT needs Twittervention.
Monk needs an education on corrupt elections in AZ.
Jt lives on Twitter and a county blog. Total loser. Go read your easyrider mags perv.
Joseph lives in his very own hell: an unemployed trans boyfriend addicted to: steroids, coke (both kinds), really sick porn, candy crush, smoking bath salts, vaping clove oil, sniffing airplane glue and carbon tetrachloride and beastiality with their German Shepherd.
Very pathetic, but Joseph hopes things will change after the last plate breaking meltdown.
I forgot, didn’t the fat jew in Springfield dole out million dollar donations to a few of these SC justices?
@JT… Read the headline. This was the US supreme Court, notably Barrett.
SCOTUS will have no choice but to throw out this law unless the Justices want to reverse their recent NYSRPA v Bruen decision, and I can’t imagine that they would do that.
I’m not really surprised that SCOTUS did not intervene at this time; it rarely gets involved this early in a case.
Amy Coney Barrett’s directive requiring Naperville and the State of Illinois to provide briefs was really a shot across the bow to the 7th Circuit; the Justices did not want to see a repeat of all the delaying tactics employed by the New York Circuit Court.
I think the message was received by the 7th Circuit, because the case is now being handled on a very expedited schedule.
My bad Dick Dick. Conservatives have the majority. Case closed. Remember the black SC Justice can’t define what a woman is. Do you think she can define what an assault rifle is. The march to the US being the next Australia continues.