“A state Supreme Court judge on Wednesday denied a motion for a preliminary injunction of the state’s new gun control law.” That’s the word from democratandchronicle.com. The suit argued that Governor Cuomo’s “message of necessity” ruse to rush civilian disarmament legislation through the New York Assembly in twenty minutes was unconstitutional. Judge Thomas McNamara claimed that he was constrained by precedent preventing judicial interference with a message of necessity. The Supreme Court, however, is not the highest court in New York state. That distinction is held by the Court of Appeals. Lead plaintiff Bob Schulz vowed to take the case at least that far. Note: this is a preliminary injunction for the class action suit we discussed yesterday, and not the Tresmond case which has yet to be heard. This isn’t over yet.