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U.S. Supreme Court strikes down ban on bump stocks

  • The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a challenge to a federal ban on "bump stock" devices, enabling semi-automatic weapons to fire like machine guns, a setback to a firearms restriction under Republican former President Donald Trump.
  • Justices upheld the ruling by siding with Michael Cargill, a gun shop owner from Texas, who claimed a US agency misinterpreted a law.
  • Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented, criticizing the decision to allow bump stocks for civilians, stating it disregarded Congress's definition of 'machine gun.
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