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You can have regulations of the population of able-bodied men that come into play when they are summoned to active duty.

Setting aside that NY has no need or desire -apparently- for a militia of that sort, they DO have regulations. Which is what the complaint is about.

As for free speech and religion, we have regulations about that too. The classic yelling "fire" in a crowded theater, for example. Withholding medical treatment of children because of the religious preferences of the parents. Etc. Basically, matters of public health/safety that goes beyond the individuals involved (e.g. theater patrons, children, bystanders not wanting to get shot in public, etc).

I suspect the composition of this Court will not acknowledge this, but it seems to be common sense (and what the Founders actually wrote).

1poorguy
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