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Supreme Court takes up case Tuesday that again tests gun rights

Nov 07, 2023 View Original Article
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59% : The issue of gun rights is back in the spotlight of the Supreme Court Tuesday as justices hear their first case on the topic since last year's decision that called numerous gun control laws into question.
56% : The case is United States v. Rahimi and it focuses on whether the government is allowed to restrict gun ownership for people who are placed under a domestic violence restraining order.
39% : But one expert says the way the law is worded presents a challenging issue for the justices.

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