Supreme Court rules in favor of NRA in New York case vs Vullo.


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Nov 12, 2014
The US Supreme Court found that New York potentially violated the 1st Amendment. "Today, the Court reaffirms what it said then: Government officials cannot attempt to coerce private parties in order to punish or suppress views that the government disfavors," They ruled (once again) that government agencies cannot use threats of legal sanctions and other coercion to entice business to cease doing business with other parties (like banks refusing business with 2A legal businesses). In this case " "guidance letters" in 2018 to banks and insurance companies encouraging them to sever ties with the NRA and other pro-Second Amendment organizations, citing reputational risks. "
Always good news when the NRA prevails in court. All of America "wins", whether people realize it or not. I'm thankful for the Supreme Court we currently have. These continued rulings in favor of freedom & adherence to the Constitution (Bill of Rights) keep the Republic on the rails, back to sanity.
This was headed up by the ACLU, might be important to add in. If the ACLU wasn't working along side the NRA the results might have been split. A very rare thing all around.