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North Carolina “State of Emergency” Proves Importance of 2012 SAF Court Win

Bateman v. Perdue STATE OF EMERGENCY

BELLEVUE, WA – Now that North Carolina’s Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper has declared a statewide emergency because of the spreading Coronavirus, the Second Amendment Foundation is reminding all Americans, especially Tar Heel State residents, their right to bear arms will not be impaired because of an important 2012 court victory in a case known as Bateman v. Perdue. Cooper’s declaration activated the state’s Emergency Operations Center, but it did not suspend the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms that was incorporated to the states via the 14th Amendment in another SAF case, McDonald v. City of Chicago, in...

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