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Trump's Legacy Cemented As Second Amendment Cases Flood SCOTUS Since Barrett Confirmation

The U.S. Supreme Court has drawn many lawsuits from pro-gun rights activists since Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed.

Adam Winkler, a professor at the University of California Los Angeles School of Law whose specialty is in constitutional law, gun policy, and the Supreme Court, remarked that "You can't imagine a more favorable judicial environment than what we have right now.”

He added, "You have the lower courts that feature a large number of Trump-appointed judges. Many of those judges seem likely to support strong gun rights and weaken gun control. And the Supreme Court's conservative majority has been strengthened. And Amy Coney Barrett, in particular, has taken a strong stand on Second Amendment issues as a lower court judge."

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