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Judge To Minnesota: Yes You Are Trying To Regulate Interstate Commerce

Judge To Minnesota: Yes You Are Trying To Regulate Interstate Commerce

In 2007 the State of Minnesota passed a law restricting imports of fossil-fuel electricity into their state. Ostensibly the law was motivated by environmentalism, though it does nothing to address things like coal-fired power plants based in Minnesota. Anyway, the State of North Dakota sued Minnesota over the law because it is blatantly unconstitutional. Article 1,

The First Entirely 3D Printed Handgun

We’ve seen guns with elements produced on a 3D printer before, but now the first-ever gun entirely produced by a 3D printer has been test fired (via The Blaze). Obviously, we’re not quite at a point where people are going to be printing guns out for themselves on a massive scale. At this point, for

What's The Future Of Gun Control In A Society That Can Print Out Firearms?

Home manufacturing, made possible by 3D printers, may be the proverbial “wave of the future.” And it may well make gun control policy obsolete: Cody Wilson, like many Texan gunsmiths, is fast-talkin’ and fast-shootin’—but unlike his predecessors in the Lone Star State, he’s got 3D printing technology to help him with his craft. Wilson’s nonprofit

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