busy day for the Second Amendment
In Klachaksky, where the Second Circuit upheld the Sullivan Law's vague standards for issuing permits to carry, a petition for certiorari has been filed. That petition is the standard route for getting cases to the US Supreme Court, which can accept or decline them.
In Moore v. Madigan, which struck down the Illinois ban on carrying (open or concealed) without a permit issued on similarly vague grounds, the State has moved for en banc reconsideration, i.e., consideration by all the judges of the circuit, rather than the three-judge panel that heard the appeal.
In the latter case, Brady Center has filed an amicus. Interesting that it agrees that the issues are very important -- which would argue for a motion for cert. down the road, if Illinois is inclined to seek it.
Things are heating up!
Hat tip to Gene Hoffman of CalGuns....