Lawsuits against NY's so-called Concealed Carry Improvement Act

NY's Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA) is a punitive attempt, by the Democrat governor and Democrat-controlled state legislature, to circumvent the Supreme Court's decision in NYSRPA v Bruen, the explanation of both of which can be read, above.

As of this writing, three lawsuits have, already, been filed, against multiple of NYS' apparently unConstitutional firearms "control" laws, based on the Bruen decision, which NYS seems intent to violate, in every way it thinks possible or imaginable.

A copy of each of the lawsuits is attached, for your reading but in summary, they are as follows:

1) Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc. v James (2:22-cv-04075) (to have NY’s “assault weapon” ban declared unConstitutional), GOA v Bruen (1:22-cv-00734-GTS-CFH) (to obtain an injunction, preventing implementation of NY’s so-called Concealed Carry Improvement Act, then have it’s terms declared unConstitutional) and 3) Paladino v Bruen (1:22-cv-00541) (to void NY’s so-called Concealed Carry Improvement Act as violations of the 1st, 2nd, 5th  and 14th Amendments of the US Constitution.


Paladino-Gun-Lawsuit.pdf (447.4KB)
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