Justice Scalia said concealed carry is not a right
Justice Scalia wrote the majority opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller. Here he is reading an excerpt from his opinion. The one thing that all nine justices agreed upon was that prohibitions on concealed carry do not infringe on the Second Amendment right.
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My California Open Carry lawsuit was originally filed under the name Charles Nichols v. Edmund G. Brown Jr., et al, but it has been in Federal court for so long, both Governor Brown and Attorney General Harris have left office and been replaced as defendants. The lawsuit is now stylized as Charles Nichols v. Gavin Newsom et al.
November 30, 2020, marked the beginning of the tenth year of my California Open Carry lawsuit, Charles Nichols v. Gavin Newsom et al.