I love how the Brady Bunch is now trying to spin the McDonald Decision as some sort of win for gun control. :laugh: In its decision in McDonald v. City of Chicago, the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed its language in District of Columbia v. Heller that the Second Amendment individual right to possess guns in the home for self-defense does not prevent elected representatives from enacting common-sense gun laws to protect communities from gun violence. The Court has rejected the gun lobby argument that its any gun, for anybody, anywhere agenda is protected by the Constitution. The Court again recognized that the Second Amendment allows for reasonable restrictions on firearms, including who can have them and under what conditions, where they can be taken, and what types of firearms are permissible. The Brady Center, joined by several national law enforcement groups, filed a friend of the court brief urging the Court to interpret the Second Amendment to allow for reasonable gun laws. In McDonald v. City of Chicago, the Court determined that the Second Amendment applies to state and local laws.