John Richardson has the details. It’s being funded by the Mountain States Legal Foundation. I don’t know much about MSLF, or their experience in running gun cases, or appellate level litigation, but the case looks pretty good. It’s essentially an Ohio woman who is challenging the FOID requirement, because they don’t issue FOIDs to out-of-state individuals, and require one to keep a loaded gun in your dwelling. It’s seeking injunctive relief, either to keep the State of Illinois from enforcing the FOID requirement on non-residents, or forcing them to issue FOIDs to non-residents. I’m hoping they do the former. This looks like a carefully thought out case, and isn’t asking the Court to do a lot. I wish them luck.