New York and New Jersey are actively defying latest 2nd Amendment ruling:

“New York eliminated a demand that carry permit applicants show ‘proper cause,’ which the Court said gave licensing officials too much discretion, the state retained and elaborated on a requirement that applicants demonstrate ‘good moral character.”

“New Jersey Senate President Nicholas Scutari (D–Linden) and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin (D‒Woodbridge Township) have unveiled legislation… [which would] impose a subjective standard for carry permits and ban guns from myriad places where people might want to carry them for self-protection.

To obtain a carry permit, an applicant would have to persuade the police that he does not pose a threat to himself or others. Toward that end, he would have to undergo an interview and submit any information that local or state police officials deemed relevant…”