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SUPREME COURT ARGUMENT DATE SET IN McDONALD CASE

The Supreme Court has set the morning of March 2, 2010, as the date it will hear arguments in the case of McDonald v. City of Chicago, which tackles both the Second Amendment’s applicability to state and city governments, and the Fourteenth Amendment’s long-minimalized Privileges or Immunities Clause. The Court’s eventual decision will affect not only the Second Amendment, but also potentially the Bill of Rights as a whole.