Professor Jacob Charles, "The Federal Judicial Ruling That Would Put Guns on California Playgrounds" -- Slate
Professor Jacob D. Charles's opinion article, "The Federal Judicial Ruling That Would Put Guns on California Playgrounds," is published in Slate. The article considers Carralero v. Bonta, in which a federal judge in Orange County, California declared it unconstitutional to prohibit guns in a host of places California had designated gun-free.
Excerpt from "The Federal Judicial Ruling That Would Put Guns on California Playgrounds"
Carralero’s reading of Bruen and the historical record would guarantee more guns in sensitive spaces. Under its logic, parking areas connected to courthouses, jails, polling places, and legislative assemblies must now be gun-welcome zones. So too must be libraries, zoos, museums, playgrounds, parks, and public transit.
The complete article may be found at Slate