- Democratic states like New York are responding to the decision with new gun laws.
- Gun rights groups are using the ruling to challenge limits like high-capacity magazine bans.
- The Supreme Court “pressed the reset button” on gun suits, one gun control advocate said.
WASHINGTON – For Zellnor Myrie there was no time to waste when the Supreme Court handed down its sweeping Second Amendment decision in late June, striking down New York’s law regulating carry permits. The state senator from Brooklyn helped craft a series of new gun restrictions that were signed into law days later.