Federal appeals court strikes down domestic violence gun law
A federal appeals court has ruled that the government can't stop people who have domestic violence restraining orders filed against them from owning guns. The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of
Law barring people with domestic violence restraining orders from having guns is unconstitutional, court rules
A federal law that prohibits people subject to domestic violence restraining orders from possessing firearms is unconstitutional, a conservative-leaning appeals court ruled Thursday.
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