PRIVATE CITIZENS LICENSED AND TRAINED TO CARRY WEAPONS DO NOT THREATEN PUBLIC SAFETY.
I know in these cases they keep the scope narrow and that other issues can be argued later and not be in conflict with the previous rulings. I just wonder what effect the 4th will have if it affirms the lower court and a new standard may be cited that for carry in public you MUST be licensed & trained, otherwise your right to self-defense and bearing arms in public is subject to prohibition.
It is easier to take several bites of an apple than to devour it whole, but I hope every nibble at the apple does not make the next bite increasingly harder to take. Hopefully this strategy is pulverizing the apple to easily devour as applesauce. I see this type argument in the upcoming debate on sensitive places.