Daily Bulletin: The Loneliness of Living With a Gunshot Injury

Daily Bulletin: The Loneliness of Living With a Gunshot Injury

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[Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images] Good morning, Bulletin readers . An ultimatum from New Mexico’s attorney general; another lawsuit challenging Hawaii’s strict gun laws; and an expert weighs in on how a New York City gun law might fare when it’s up against the Supreme Court. Those stories and more in your Monday roundup. Receive this daily news briefing by email every morning. Sign up here. NEW from THE TRACE: The variable ramifications of the Supreme Court’s upcoming gun case. The first gun case the Court has heard in nearly a decade concerns a very specific local regulation: New York City’s “premises permit,” which allows holders to keep guns in their homes and transport them, locked and unloaded, to one of the city’s seven shooting ranges. To understand its ramifications, Jennifer Mascia spoke with Second Amendment scholar Eric Ruben, who explains that the case’s impact will depend on how broad the justices’ ruling is. Read her full Q+A here . More than two dozen New Mexico sheriffs say they oppose new gun restrictions. The state AG says tough luck. At least 26 counties have passed “Second Amendment sanctuary” resolutions in response to a new state law that will require background checks on all gun sales and transfers (with a few exceptions). In a letter sent to every state law enforcement department last week, Attorney General Hector Balderas wrote, “We do not have the freedom to pick and choose which state laws we enforce.” He warned that a police chief or sheriff […]

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