MeMelYup wrote:Could the outcome of Palmer vs D.C. Have an effect on this? http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2014/image ... .order.pdf
No, not yet if at all. This is a decision by a federal district court. It's a very good decision, but it needs to be upheld by the DC Court of Appeals, then the Supreme Court. Even if the SCOTUS upholds the decision, it will likely hold that some restrictions are constitutional. Heller noted that some restrictions will be constitutional, including excluding firearms from "sensitive" locations. The question will be how much deference is given to decisions by Congress and governmental agencies.