Appeals court hears arguments on key provisions of sweeping Maryland gun-control law

| March 25, 2015

Appeals court hears arguments on key provisions of sweeping Maryland gun-control law

RICHMOND, Va. — The sweeping gun-control law Maryland enacted after the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre impermissibly bans firearms that people commonly keep in their homes for self-defense, a lawyer for gun-rights advocates told a federal appeals court Wednesday.

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