Peiman Raf, the co-founder and CEO of Madhappy, explains how he founded his company and its mission.

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Peiman Raf, the co-founder and CEO of Madhappy, provides insight into the origins of Madhappy’s mission and its goal of creating impactful products and experiences that foster conversation around . He also talks about why being a Madhappy person does not mean that you are always happy.

Raf and The Playbook host David Meltzer chat about a range of topics including how Madhappy has modified its to adapt to today’s time of uncertainty, the process behind its brand, the struggles that launching a clothing company or brand and the one that distinguishes successful entrepreneurs.

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Armed demonstrators attend a rally in front of the Michigan state capital building to protest the governor’s stay-at-home order on May 14, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan.

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The Supreme Court is looking eager to weigh in on the Second Amendmentweeks after it punted on its first substantial gun rights case in nearly a decade.

Ten different guns cases were on the agenda of the justices’ private conference on Friday, where they met to decide which cases they will hear in the upcoming term.

Each of those cases has been considered at one previous conference, a clear signal that there is “serious interest” in hearing them, according to John Elwood, a leading court observer and a partner at the law firm Arnold & Porter. It is possible the court could announce as soon as Monday that it will hear one or more of the cases. If it does so, a decision would be expected by the end of June 2021. 

“There’s no question that there are a number of justices who are itching to take another gun case soon, and to almost certainly push for a vast expansion of the Second Amendment in a way that