BRIAN KILMEADE: We begin tonight with a week to remember in American judicial history as two titanic decisions were handed down. Eerste: Donderdag [saw] the biggest gun rights case in over a decade. The Supreme Court ruling that a New York law restricting the concealed carry of firearms does, in werklikheid, violate the Second Amendment. Decision? Six-three, pretty much along party lines.
It determined that the Constitution safeguards the right to carry a gun outside the home. There goes a law that was over 100 jaar oud. Then an announcement many thought would come next week happened this week. “Roe v. Wade has been overturned and the question of abortion has been returned to the states.” This upended 50 years of abortion rights on the federal level, returning the power to the states, as Bill Hemmer mentioned, intyds. Some of which were expected to outlaw or severely restrict abortion, prompting actions already promised in the Senate. Could this be the breaking point for the filibuster as they try to trump the Supreme Court decision?
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