September 10: “What Happens Next?” 3 p.m. discussion – 10th floor
U.S. Supreme Court recently handed down its first ruling in nearly 70 years on the Second Amendment. But what does this mean for gun owners? For cities like Chicago? Stephen Halbrook, who filed an amicus brief in the case, and Professor Sheldon H. Nahmod discuss these issues. Reception to follow.
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