In two major victories for the rights of the people to keep and bear arms, both Michigan and Washington state have protected individual liberty. In Washington, the court found the state’s compulsory “firearm surrender” laws violated the Fourth and Fifth Amendments and the analogous provisions in the state constitution. In Michigan, the administration's unlawful banning of guns at voting polls was also declared unconstitutional. Constitutional attorney Katherine Henry joins me near the end of the episode to comment that while there was a win in Michigan, it was the basis for the ruling that presents problems.
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