VIDEO: Emily Miller speaks at CATO’s ‘The Heller Ruling, Five Years On’

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For the five-year anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court ruling on District of Columbia v. Heller, the Cato Institute brought together the original legal team to reflect on the impact.  Lead Counsel Alan Gura, along with co-counsels Robert Levy and Clark Neily assessed the impact of the Heller precedent on Second Amendment rights.

Emily Miller, The Washington Times’ senior editor for opinion, spoke about how D.C. technically complied with the High Court’s decision but put in place onerous registration laws to discourage gun ownership. Miller is the author of the upcoming book, “Emily Gets Her Gun … But Obama Wants to Take Yours” (Regnery/Sept. 3,2013).

Watch the video of her remarks below: 

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