Supreme Court Waking Up To Its Bruen Hangover, Rules Domestic Abusers Probably Shouldn’t Have Guns

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In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court has acknowledged the consequences of its previous decision in Bruen v. Wilson, which had limited the ability of states to regulate who can carry a concealed firearm in public. The decision has led to an increase in gun ownership among domestic abusers, who are now more likely to possess firearms despite their history of violence.

In light of this concerning trend, the Supreme Court has now recognized that domestic abusers probably should not have guns. The ruling represents a shift towards taking action to address the potential dangers posed by allowing individuals with a history of domestic violence to possess firearms.

This decision reflects a growing awareness of the importance of keeping guns out of the hands of those who have a demonstrated propensity for violence. It also underscores the significant role that the Supreme Court plays in shaping gun regulations and protecting public safety.

Moving forward, it is crucial for lawmakers and law enforcement agencies to enforce measures that prevent domestic abusers from accessing firearms. By taking proactive steps to address this issue, we can work towards creating a safer society for all individuals, particularly those who are most vulnerable to domestic violence.

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