Stricter gun control is on the minds of many following the tragic school shooting in Newtown, CT. Following those events, I quickly wondered just how far gun control could go under the Second Amendment, and when the statute was pushed tested by our judicial system. An LXBN author recently wrote on exactly that, as J. Scott Key of the Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog joins me today on LXBN TV to discuss Heller v. District of Columbia, which marks the last time the Second Amendment was examined by the Supreme Court.
Yesterday, I briefly mentioned a small personal collection project my wife and I were doing for 48 hours among our friends to get gift cards we could distribute to the Newtown Sandy Hook Elementary School teachers to help them restock their classrooms with supplies.
Normally, this blog writes itself. This morning, however, the words have not come easy. Does writing about FMLA leave relating to the Newtown tragedy really matter?