Ruling can be found here. A newspaper article from a few weeks ago was written about it here. Much the the analysis here strikes me as weak, particularly the question of whether the Second Amendment protects unlicensed carry outside the home. I believe the question should be whether the Second Amendment protects carrying outside the home, and then next question is, under a chosen standard of review, does the licensing requirement impermissibly burden the exercise of that right. The court gives short service to analysis even under intermediate scrutiny.
I agree with the court’s conclusions in regards to carrying in a courthouse, which I believe the government can legitimately proscribe. I believe Pennsylvania’s statute is set up in a constitutional manner. But I’d like to see courts taking the overall right more seriously.