not sure if serious, as police in NY and NJ is actively enforcing those regulations, and those 'laws' are now pretty much a part of life. and not going anywhere in any future, i bet, no matter what scotus decides.
like we used to say - they gonna kick you in your face, not into your passport. or, constitution, in this case.
No, when the courts strike them down on merits, they are gone or a 1983 lawsuit commences and qualified immunity won’t be a protection.
There was a person who stopped a mass casualty event in Applebees in upstate NY. He was breaking the law by carrying in a place which serves alcohol but wasn’t charged.
The sky is falling hysteria isn’t useful, these will be mostly resolved in the next 18-24 months. Please learn how the court function before posting nonsense about the laws will exist regardless of court rulings.