Losing strategy

The Protection in Lawful Commerce in Arms Act is doing it’s thing according to this press release from the NSSF:

“The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed Beretta U.S.A. and the firearms industry another victory by rejecting the Brady Center’s appeal of Adames v. Beretta U.S.A. Corporation challenging the constitutionality of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) … This is now the third time this year the Supreme Court has denied a challenge to the PLCAA backed by the Brady Center. In March 2009, the Brady Center was also involved in the appeals of Lawson v. Beretta and City of New York v. Beretta, both of which the Supreme Court refused to hear …”

This, of course, has not stopped NYAGV from pushing gun dealer liability legislation in Albany, A-1093/S-1715.

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  1. If NYAGV can continue trying without paying money damages why would they stop? Human beings only change their behavior when there are consequences.

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