White House defends gun control push after Supreme Court ruling

White House defends gun control push after Supreme Court ruling


The White House expressed disappointment with the Supreme Court‘s striking down of a New York concealed carry law and repeated calls for “commonsense gun regulation” during Thursday’s press briefing.

The court ruled earlier in the day that a long-standing New York concealed carry law violated the Second Amendment of the Constitution in a ruling that was quickly rebuked by Gov. Kathy Hochul and fellow Democrats.

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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre echoed the criticisms when asked about the ruling and whether or not the conservative-leaning court could strike down any new federal gun laws.

“We are disappointed by the Supreme Court’s ruling today,”

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