but bring action against theses states. There are plenty of examples that the Interstate Commerce Clause is clearly being violated by these states. If a delivery of a state regulated contraband item crosses state lines the individual, driver or pilot, is guilty of possession, there have been no exemptions legislated. Individual states have no power under the Tenth Amendment to regulate interstate commerce and as such any laws passed by the states regulating any type of commerce is unconstitutional and that includes the sale or possession of firearms. What is particularly troublesome is New York's prohibiting it's citizens from possession of an AR 15 that is manufactured in the state for export to other states citizens.
There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.