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Alito: Congress can act on bump stocks after Supreme Court lifts Trump-era ban

  • The Supreme Court overturned a ban on bump stocks, a device that allows semi-automatic guns to fire rapidly, with a 6-3 majority decision.
  • Justice Samuel Alito advised Congress to modify gun laws to prohibit bump stocks.
  • Alito, appointed by George W. Bush, emphasized the need for legislative action to address bump stock regulation.
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