Biden ‘deeply disappointed’ by Supreme Court ruling on guns, calls on Americans to raise voices
President Biden on Thursday called on Americans “to make their voices heard on gun safety” following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that a New York state law requiring people to show “proper cause” to carry a firearm is unconstitutional.
Biden calls Supreme Court ruling on guns "a bad decision"
President Joe Biden responded Thursday to a Supreme Court ruling striking down a New York gun law placing restrictions on carrying a concealed handgun outside the home, calling the ruling, which marks the widest expansion of gun rights in a decade, telling reporters, “I think it's a bad decision.”
Live updates | Reaction to Supreme Court's gun decision
The Latest on the Supreme Court ruling on New York's gun law: WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut's former longtime attorney general and a key participant in the bipartisan gun violence legislation negotiations, called Thursday's ruling “deeply destructive” in a tweet.