Paul Helmke, President of the Brady Center and Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, issued the following statement:
"We are pleased that the Court reaffirmed its language in District of Columbia v. Heller that the Second Amendment......does not prevent our elected representatives from enacting common-sense gun laws to protect our communities from gun violence. We are reassured that the Court has rejected, once again, the gun lobby argument that its ‘any gun, for anybody, anywhere’ agenda is protected by the Constitution. The Court again recognized that the Second Amendment allows for reasonable restrictions on firearms, including who can have them and under what conditions, where they can be taken, and what types of firearms are available.
The Brady Campaign got fed a Dog crap sandwich with the Heller decision and are now claiming the McDonald ruling is the mayo and makes it taste so much better.
Seems the Violence Policy Center gets it.
It is a victory only for the gun lobby and America's fading firearms industry.