The case of District of Columbia v. Heller is barely at the Supreme Court’s starting gate, yet nearly everyone involved has a growing sense that this will be the Big One.
It is shaping up as the case that finally forces the Court to decide one of the most keenly debated issues in constitutional law: the full meaning of the right to keep and bear arms declared by the Second Amendment.
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