Daily Archives: May 21, 2020

Is a public-carry law only unconstitutional where “historical evidence clearly commands” that result?

A Harvard Law Review Note argues that judicial restraint is an “originalist value” The Harvard Law Review published an unsigned student note on Young v. Hawaii.  (All student notes on HLR are unsigned). In that case, the Ninth Circuit declared unconstitutional Hawaii’s prohibition on open-carry. Recently, the Court of Appeals granted rehearing en banc. That decision will likely be reversed. The…

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