For the first time in more than a decade, the Supreme Court is poised to make a major ruling on gun rights. Justices are hearing a case that challenges New York State’s longstanding gun permit law. For more than a century, only residents who can prove they need a gun for self-defense in public are allowed to carry firearms outside the home. If the Court strikes the rule down, that could lead to more guns on the streets. It all comes down to whether Americans have a right to bear arms specifically in public. Soledad talks to constitutional law scholar and UCLA professor Adam Winkler about what justices will need to consider. 



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