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As a number of challenges to the state’s new concealed carry laws make their way through court, we keep you up to date on what the rules are now.
A Duke firearms law expert blames the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent guidance on gun laws, which he says reflects a "radical new approach" to the Second Amendment.
A similar case is making its way through state courts.
An NYPD detective’s petition alleges the mandate violates New York’s laws around voluntary informed consent. Justices meet Friday to discuss the case.
City officials immediately appealed a New York State Supreme Court judge's ruling on Friday ordering that police officers terminated for not complying with vaccine mandates be reinstated.
The federal judge’s ruling could set the stage for a new lawsuit to overturn the laws, including a gun ban in “sensitive places.”
Following the Supreme Court ruling in June, city leaders need to define Times Square's borders in order to ban concealed-carry firearms in the vicinity.
In the wake of the Dobbs decision, some residents are learning that reproductive benefits may not be covered if their employer is headquartered out of state — or if their health plan falls under federal jurisdiction.
The legal framework that undid the constitutional right to abortion also puts disabilities rights in jeopardy.
Dr. Cecilia Sorensen, director of Columbia University’s Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education, explains what the ruling could mean for conditions like asthma and lung cancer.