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Lawyers, Guns and . . . Uh . . . The Supreme Court

Finally, the most interesting case to be heard by the Supreme Court since "Bong Hits For Jesus." The story:

After a hiatus of 68 years, the Supreme Court [today] agreed to rule on the meaning of the Second Amendment — the hotly contested part of the Constitution that guarantees “a right to keep and bear arms.” Not since 1939 has the Court heard a case directly testing the Amendment’s scope — and there is a debate about whether it actually decided anything in that earlier ruling. In a sense, the Court may well be writing on a clean slate if, in the end, it decides the ultimate question: does the Second Amendment guarantee an individual right to have a gun for private use, or does it only guarantee a collective right to have guns in an organized military force such as a state National Guard unit?
The fate of Wise County rests in the balance.

(Credit: Kevin via email)