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How Many States Make Up a Historical Tradition? Emerging-Consensus Doctrine and Lessons from International Law

Posted by on September 16, 2022

Bruen itself is not clear on how many laws, or laws from what time period specifically, are needed to establish a historical tradition of regulation.  The opinion tells us it is “doubtful” that three colonial-era regulations “could suffice to show a tradition of public-carry regulation,” and suggests that laws from the Founding era are accorded […]

ECHR Ruling on the “Right to Life”

Posted by on September 23, 2020

Earlier this month, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that Finnish authorities violated the European Convention on Human Rights by failing to take sufficient steps to prevent a school shooting. (h/t Larry Helfer) From the Registrar of Court’s summary of the facts: The perpetrator had been given a gun licence by the local police […]

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