The Supreme Court grants cert., and it looks like it’s a go, for the first time in a decade or so. New York may wish it had let the earlier appeal go ahead instead of mooting it.

The Florida legislature passes a pre-emption enforcement bill providing for attorney’s fees, with a multiplier, and that repeal of an ordinance will still leave the plaintiff able to claim fees,

An Illinois judge declares that state’s FOID card requirement unconstitutional as applied to firearms in the home.

And a California federal judge rules California’s weird requirements for rostering guns for sale is unconstitutional.

A fine week indeed!