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|Comment by: xqqme (8/17/2019)|
|"...bias of the court..."?|
As long as the court is biased towards the Constitution's clear and plain language over the convoluted and restricted (infringing) language of Congress, States, Cities, and other such law-writing bodies, isn't that a good thing?
After all, isn't the Constitution supposed to be the supreme law of the land?
|Comment by: PHORTO (8/17/2019)|
|“The point of our brief is that it’s bringing home the real-world impact of gun violence on the young people whose stories we’re telling,” said Ira Feinberg, a partner at the firm, “and that’s a perspective that we wanted to make sure the court has.”|
Feinbert et al are arguing for a political decision. Their problem is that this is a constitutional question, not a political one.
It is not within the purview of the SCOTUS to rule on political questions, only on matters of law and the Constitution.
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