The weekend is nearly here! I’m actually looking forward to it.

We’ve had a win out in the Ninth Circuit. Stand-bye to have the merits panel’s opinion stayed and the en banc panel decided for the state.

We are expecting to hear from the Supreme Court on Rahimi in June.

The Supreme Court had conference yesterday, the 16th. In that conference, they discussed a number of 2A cases. I’m keeping an eye on that. What we want to see is cases bound over for another conference.

If they are going to deny the case, they will just do it. If they are not going to hear the case but will hold it pending some other case, it will not be scheduled for another conference.

On the other hand, if they schedule for another conference, that means that multiple law clerks and justices will be taking a hard look at the case to see if there is a good reason to NOT hear it.

We should know that later today or Monday.

I’m pretty sure you are all tired of hearing me talk about shop work. Shop work is part of my health plan. I spend about 12 hours per day sitting. Either in front of my computer or with family or driving. This is not good. I’m currently spending 3 to 6 hours per day in the shop.

This time in the shop is time on my feet. I’m starting the process of recovering the shop from my leftover mess. It is getting better.

Those hours on my feet moving is causing pain in the evenings, but it is the pain I’ve earned.

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  1. Awa, thank you for consistently keeping all of us well informed on 2A cases, you save us time and energy. However, ………12 hours a day in the chair is not a good thing for people as old as us. I do half that time in the chair and spend the rest of the wake time playing civil war soldier with guys half my age. Approaching the vintage age of seventy requires a responsibility to oneself at a much higher level than what was required five years prior. Every hour you can spend mobile and experiencing “Pain to Gain” health, adds months to your life.
    Less daily hours in the chair means more days of being in the chair. Achieve the right balance brother.

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