Here's the basic petition:
The plaintiffs are arguing "privileges and immunities" clause of the 14th
Amendment, AND the "due process" clause. The first leads them to asking
SCOTUS to overturn several seminal decisions (Slaughterhouse, Cruickshank,
and Presser). In petitioner's words:
"... probably the worst holding, in its effect on human rights, ever uttered
by the Supreme Court.... The decision, and its progeny, lack legitimacy.
Faced with a clear conflict between precedent and the Constitution, this
Court should uphold the Constitution."
THAT should get the court's attention!
The NRA's brief is here:
And the NRA sums up by saying: If the privileges and immunities clause
doesn't incorporate the 2nd Amendment, then the Court should re-visit the
applicable precedents to discover just what the fuck earlier courts were
doing and take steps to correct this shit.