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Sadly, unless it goes before the SCOTUS, it doesn't mean much. I don't know why, but the Legislature is allowed to pass laws that blatantly defy the Constitution. What they did fall within the realm of law, just not within the realm of the Constitution. This should be treated as a reminder that the two don't always agree with each other, but it won't. There are far too many people in the US willing and ready to let others defend them, as opposed to taking their individual safety more personal (as is the only way it exists).
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"No country can be called free which is governed by an absolute power;
and it matters not whether it be an absolute royal power or an absolute
legislative power, as the consequences will be the same to the people."
--Thomas Paine, Four Letters on Interesting Subjects, 1776