scott s. Wrote:
Feb 14, 2013 4:15 PM
There's really two questions. First is, what exactly is the right that is protected? Heller declared that is an individual's right. Exactly what entails "keeping and bearing arms" was not defined, except keeping a handgun in the home certainly is within the meaning. Once the extent of the right is defined the next question is does a regulation of that right meet the test of "strict scrutiny" that is required?