You are right. Hopefully the narrowness of ruling discourages 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals from overturning it. Much of the narrowness stems from limits in 'standing' or damage to the plaintiffs, typical legal fodder for an appeal.A lot of win there.
Still could have been better, but its a start.
Interesting point, I registered a few weeks ago for a Jan class, on a bet that it would remain 'legal' or would anyhow be forced upon those of us in communist New York City. I have noticed more places advertising/starting to give the classes. There is another case Corbett v. Hochul in Southern District challenging the Training and it drills deeper and gives more evidence on the cost, etc. It also notes "the training requirement does not qualify (for a historical test exception) because it is not aimed at non-law-abiding individuals".This is a win, only problem now is all those people who didn’t bother signing up for the 18 hour training to remove the restrictions are stuck waiting a few more months to get in a class. A lot of people thought the Judge was going to toss out the training and 4 character references and other portions of the CCIA.