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A Right To Carry Everywhere, On A Road To Nowhere

Posted on August 23, 2018 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC Right now, the gun epidemic debate targets its symptoms, whether mass shootings or domestic violence, not its disease: the gun proliferation enabled by a 2008 Supreme Court decision that reinterpreted ...
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The Historic Legal Blunder That Enabled Our Gun Epidemic

Posted on June 20, 2018 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC “Having forgotten there was an American Enlightenment and our founding history, we now have what prior generations did not: a ‘gun epidemic.’” So begins Robert Ludwig’s latest article, “The Historic ...
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Heller Sequels And 2nd Amendment, Still Undecided:Part 1

Posted on August 26, 2017 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC Almost a decade has passed since a bare (5-4) conservative majority of the Supreme Court struck down D.C.’s handgun ban and two centuries of law and legislative practice in District of ...
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Heller Sequels And 2nd Amendment, Still Undecided:Part 2

Posted on August 26, 2017 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC In the second segment of his article, “Heller Sequels and 2nd Amendment, Still Undecided: Part 2” (Law 360 Aug. 3, 2017), Robert Ludwig explores the roots of the Second Amendment, and in doing ...
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Behind Raging Battles over Guns and a Court Nominee: Constitutional Illiteracy

Posted on March 27, 2016 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC Robert Ludwig offers more legal and historical insights in response to the latest threatened shutdown, this time of the Supreme Court by Judiciary Committee Republicans who vowed not to hold ...
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2nd Amendment Still Undecided, Hiding in Plain View

Posted on January 16, 2016 by Ludwig & Robinson PLLC Robert Ludwig offers new legal and historical insights in response to “The Gun Epidemic,” the first New York Times front-page editorial in a century, urging: “It is past time to stop talking” ...
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