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Nationwide Concealed Carry

This article from Slate examines a bill recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives that would allow people to carry hidden guns in every state without a permit, training, or background check. The article points to a letter signed by a number of state attorneys general that argues that the bill would violate basic principles of constitutional federalism. Writing in Bloomberg, Noah Feldman also contends that the law is flawed, but he argues that it is not unconstitutional. Read more here and here.