This was a surprise. I had been checking the SCOTUS docket but not seeing an ask for an extension of time, I quit. I just checked my email and discovered an email from Gorski with a link to the SCOTUS docket.
Gorski filed 90 days after his en banc petition was denied. I sent him an email back asking at what time his petition was filed with the clerk. I assume it was on time because the clerk has noted a response due date with no mention of the petition being filed out of time.
In any event, we now have our first cert petition that I know of regarding public carry of a firearm, in this case concealed (of course).
Now that the US Supreme Court provides links to the filings in a case online, I will not be posting links to the filings at my website. You can access them on the US Supreme Court website.
Please note that the SCOTUS webserver seemed to have a lot of difficulty last term consistently reporting the current docket, independent of what browser one uses or whether or not one cleared his cache and cookies. The workaround I found was to check both the above link and the RSS feed icon next to the print icon at the top of the docket.