Supreme Court rejects New York gun retailers' bid to block new concealed carry laws
The Supreme Court rejected a bid by New York gun retailers on Wednesday to block a slew of new gun control laws in the state, which they argued violate their Second Amendment rights and hurt their businesses.
There were no noted dissents in the order or explanations from the justices for their decision.
"We are disappointed that not one of the nine justices saw fit to grant the plaintiffs some stay of enforcement of the new laws against them," Paloma Capanna, the lead attorney for the New York gun retailers, told Fox News Digital on Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from New York gun dealers on Wednesday to block a slew of gun control laws implemented by the state's legislature last year.