David Kopel

law professor at Denver University and policy analyst at CATO Institute

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David Kopel is a research director at the Independence Institute, a libertarian think tank, an associate policy analyst with the Cato Institute and adjunct professor of advanced constitutional law at the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law.

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The Supreme Court seems likely to strike down a New York law that restricts who can carry guns in public. That was the takeaway from today’s oral arguments.

First gun control case in more than a decade reaches Supreme Court. How it could affect Californians

The Supreme Court seems likely to strike down a New York law that restricts who can carry guns in public. That was the takeaway from today’s oral arguments.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice  was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

Gun violence strikes Congress: How will lawmakers respond?

Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

from To the Point

In just over two years since 26 killings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there've been 100 school shootings: one every five weeks.  Congress has done nothing, but in…

America's Gun Debate Continues: With Schools in the Crossfire

In just over two years since 26 killings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, there've been 100 school shootings: one every five weeks.  Congress has done nothing, but in…

from To the Point

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The next LA County supervisor from the San Fernando Valley and Westside will represent over 2 million people and control billions of dollars. But where’s the campaign?

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