So I guess the issue of incorporation doesn't come up because this is an instance of the feds violating the second amendment.
I think it's a terrific decision. If hunting rights implicate an intermediate level of review, then self-defense requires strict scrutiny.
It'll be interesting to see how this plays out on remand.
I wonder why the feds even get involved. Don't they have better things to do than harass a hunter?
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