Another big day for the right to arms
Moore v. Madigan, the 7th Cir. ruling that struck down the Illinois law banning unlicensed carrying, with licenses on a may issue basis .... the State's motion for reconsideration en banc was denied. Now their choices are, go for cert. and face the risk the Supreme Court might take it, establish firmly that carrying outside the home is protected, and "may issue" doesn't suffice, or let a high favorable decision stand, one that will create future circuit splits, and hope they can control how the legislature rewrites the law.
On the other hand, the 10th Circuit in Peterson v. Martinez ruled that the Colorado CCW statute, which only allows permits to Colorado residents, did not violate either the right to arms or the Article IV ban on States discriminating against nonresidents' "privileges or immunities." It did suggest a different result might be had if the challenge were also to Denver's ordinance banning open carry, creating a situation where a nonresident could not carry at all.