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Federal judge rules against some provisions in Maryland gun control law

  • A federal judge in Maryland has suspended parts of a new gun law, ruling that certain provisions banning guns in private buildings, public gatherings, and places that sell alcohol are likely unconstitutional.
  • The judge cited a previous Supreme Court ruling that struck down a New York law restricting handgun carrying permits, stating that similar restrictions in Maryland were unlikely to pass constitutional muster.
  • The decision is seen as a major win for Second Amendment rights advocates, who argue that restrictions on law-abiding gun owners go beyond what is constitutionally allowed.
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