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Wrenn v. District of Columbia

This case puts on full display the willingness of the courts to ignore both the Constitution and prior constitutional rulings.

By inventing a test for making decisions that are not permitted by the Constitution, the courts have sought to get around the Heller decision which recognizes the constitutional individual right to keep and bear arms. The Constitution nowhere balances the right to keep and bear arms against government interests - a concept foreign to the constitution. Gun Owners argues in this brief that the Second Amendment provides the clear guide for the right to keep and bear arms.  It shall not be infringed by government.

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