How Might Trump’s New Supreme Court Justice Rule on Gun Rights Cases? -The Motley Fool

The high court may decide on several related issues in the next year, and Neil Gorsuch could be the pivotal vote.

Apr 9, 2017 at 4:49PM
It took a Republican-controlled Senate using the so-called “nuclear option” of eliminating the filibuster to get President Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court. Now that he has been seated as an Associate Justice, how he will vote on various gun rights cases is a question for both gun owners and investors in the industry.There are a number of gun-related cases that will likely come before the court in the near future, and gun owners hope Gorsuch will rule in a manner similar to the late Antonin Scalia. But because he decided only a few relevant cases during his tenure on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals — and refused to prejudge any that might come before him during his confirmation hearings — there’s not much to say definitively which side he will come down on.Read More