Federal law applies immediately. If that federal law is challenged, as with Emerson, then the lower federal circuit court hears the case first.
I'm saying Emerson was the only case heard at the federal circuit court level that said the second amendment protects an individual right.
Every other federal court, especially the 9th circuit, has ruled it protects a collective right in every case they heard.
But Amendments are special cases apparently. There are no "collective" Rights as the numerous quotations by the Founders have proven time and time again. No where else in the Constitution, or historical documentation, is the theory of "collective Rights" espoused in any manner.
Only in your liberal court decisions designed to REMOVE the protections for the Rights that stand in the way of a collectivist State is such a fiction found.
And you cheerlead this fiction. This makes you a troll in my book and not worth conversing with.
I take it back about that being your lamest collectivist post. Now you're citing the 9th circuit. I would think you would take caution in doing such, given their reputation for liberal activism.