Louisiana passes constitutional provision mandating strict scrutiny
Louisiana has become the first State with a constitutional provision mandating strict scrutiny in reviewing the constitutionality of gun laws. With "shall-issue" having succeeded everywhere it's likely to, and some places where it wasn't likely, this may be the next wave.
UPDATE: yes, the standards of review are purely court-created, and in fact some Justices have refused to employ them. That and they have varied from time to time -- when I was going to school, there were only two, strict scrutiny and rational basis. Now there's intermediate. And courts still have the ability to play with them somewhat, but at least this minimizes how much wiggle room a court has.