The US Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a New York law that had restricted who could carry a gun in public. The state's governor promised a legal response. NYC's mayor said, "we cannot allow New York to become the Wild, Wild West." (June 23)
Former New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton discusses the US Supreme Court's ruling striking down a New York law that limited who could carry a handgun in public. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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STORY: "Our proposed solution encourages the state to tailor a law that accounts for New York City's high population density as a factor in establishing specific parameters for the designation of sensitive areas where legal firearms are prohibited from being carried by members of the public," said New York City Council speaker Adrienne Adams.Adams said the resolution urges the state legislation to designate hospitals and medical facilities, parks and parks department facilities, government buildings and facilities, public and private education buildings and facilities, child care facilities, places of worship, cemeteries, financial institutions, theaters, establishments where alcohol is served, libraries, homeless shelters, mass transit systems and the courts as sensitive areas where illegal firearms would be prohibited within 1,000 feet.The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down as unconstitutional New York state's limits on carrying concealed handguns in public, handing a landmark victory to gun rights advocates in a nation deeply divided over how to address firearms violence.The 6-3 ruling, with the court's conservative justices in the majority and liberal justices in dissent, found that the state's law, enacted in 1913, violated a person's right to "keep and bear arms" under the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment.The justices overturned a lower court ruling throwing out a challenge to the law by two gun owners and the New York affiliate of the National Rifle Association, an influential gun rights group closely aligned with Republicans.
The Supreme Court expanded rights to carry a gun in public -- a ruling that could have significant impacts here in California. Andria Borba reports. (6-23-22)
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USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page discusses the protests resulting from the Supreme Court's decision on Roe v. Wade, its economic and political impacts, and how companies are responding.
The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned New York state's guidelines on concealed guns in public. The high court struck down the century-old law, claiming it violates constitutional rights. CBS2's Ali Bauman has more on how the court came to this ruling and reaction tonight.
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Tara Health Foundation President Dr. Ruth Shaber joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the impact businesses face as the Supreme Court rules to overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, a research organization that advocates for sexual and reproductive health, the number of abortions has increased for the first time in 30 years. Yet despite this new data proving just how necessary and vital abortion access is at this very moment, the Supreme Court has effectively overturned Roe v. Wade as of Friday morning.
Lil Nas X and YoungBoy Never Broke Again have teamed up for “Late to da Party,” a track that takes aim at the BET Awards with a not-so-subtle diss.
The Supreme Court overturned New York's century-old concealed carry gun law Thursday in a bombshell ruling that could put more guns on the street. CBS2's Ali Bauman has more on how the court came to this decision and reaction.
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Sen. Josh Hawley predicts the overturning of Roe v. Wade will cause a 'major sorting out across the country' and allow the GOP to 'extend their strength in the Electoral College'
"I think it'll probably redraw some demographic lines around the country, and will lead to impacts in voting patterns," Hawley told reporters Friday.
Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) responded to the decision with now-deleted photos, and Twitter wasn't having it.
Justice Thomas says the Supreme Court should 'reconsider' rulings that protect access to contraception and same-sex marriage as the court overturns Roe v. Wade
The court should examine all other cases that fall under its due process precedents, Thomas wrote in a concurring opinion.
“For them, the dam has burst,” she said of the justices. “What do you see in their behavior that would give you any reason to believe that they see a reason to stop?”
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Trump reportedly believes overturning Roe v. Wade is 'bad for Republicans' but insists publicly that it 'will work out for everybody'
Trump's three appointees to the high court were instrumental in gutting a federal right to an abortion.
Democrats passed Biden's stimulus law without GOP votes. Here's why they can't do the same to bring back Roe v. Wade.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants her party to consider reconciliation. It's a long shot that risks setting off a confrontation with centrists like Manchin.
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When Donald Trump's American Freedom Tour pulled into Mississippi last week, Jordan Klepper from "The Daily Show" tagged along.
He calls for evidence of what doesn't exist: a rigged election.
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The country saw and heard chilling testimony Tuesday from ordinary people whose lives Donald Trump’s lies turned upside down. Georgia election workers Shaye Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, testified during Tuesday’s hearing of the Jan. 6 House Select Committee hearings. This former federal prosecutor noticed something that Attorney General Merrick Garland and his Justice Department lawyers ...
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John Adams wrote the "right to keep and to bear arms" into the Massachusetts Constitution a decade before it appeared in the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event
"YOU take YOUR seat" was among the bullet-pointed instructions given to Joe Biden at a recent White House meeting, that he accidentally revealed.