Dear DoJ, Be Careful What You Wish For.

Quick post.  So DoJ files against AZ.  They argue pre-emption.  OK… When can we expect the DoJ to file suit against all those states where it’s illegal to own a Title II weapons.  Certainly that runs afoul of pre-emption?  I mean THOSE laws totally outlaw something regulated by .gov as legal.  AZ is only concurring with .gov, not setting a higher standard. 

Seems to me that the DoJ may win the battle but ultimately lose the war with that argument.   A bunch of “More Catholic Than The Pope” laws out in very blue states await the answer to this.

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