New York, in a court brief, said the 2005 law violates state rights under the U.S. Constitution. "This congressional effort to control how states make law raises important questions about the Tenth Amendment's protections of state sovereignty," New Yorksaid.
Wasn't that the same argument used to defend slavery?
I seem to recall a certain reactionary lawyer claiming that "the NRA is getting its butt kicked in court". Is this what she meant?