Professor Kristin Goss responded to the recent Supreme Court ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, arguing it “could really destabilize a lot of the state laws.” The decision defends Americans right to carry weapons in public for self-defense and could create a precedent of courts overruling state gun regulations. However, she asserts that “there’s been quite a bit of movement” on gun reform at the state level, largely attributed to the rise in funding for gun reform organizations and nonprofits.
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