They spend their time fiddling away with death penalty appeals. If they take it they also have to figure out how to say a privilege is a right while still seeming legit. When Norman loses, I will be surprised if there are not 4 opinions written. Some will say there is no right at all, others there is a right but it can be banned, and others there is a right subject to "reasonable" regulations (making it a privilege), and then maybe a little disagreement as to what is reasonable. The FL constitution allows anything to be "reasonable" with enough torture.
If they want this to stay away from causing a split, they'll rule for Norman using only the FL constitution, that way they can punt on the 2A question.