Guns and the Supreme Court | A Brief History of a Present Issue

Thu Dec 8 | 7:30 pm Baxter Hall

 

The statue called Contemplation of Justice at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.

The statue called “Contemplation of Justice” at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.

To increase our understanding of what state and local actions to control guns may or may not be acceptable to the Supreme Court after the Heller decision, please join us for a lecture and discussion session on Thursday, December 8 at 7:30 in Baxter Hall. Penny Hansen, who teaches an eight-week course on the Supreme Court at OLLI/American University, will walk us through the cases, decisions and non-decisions that the Court has made over the last few years on this important subject.

All are welcome.

St. Marks will once again host the Newtown Alliance Vigil on December 14. Watch for details.