Gun-sales restriction survives constitutional challenge from Md. man

4th Circuit deems limit valid under Second Amendment, Commerce Clause

A federal law banning the unlicensed intrastate sale of guns violates neither the constitutional right to keep and bear arms nor exceeds Congress’s authority to regulate interstate commerce, a U.S. appeals court ruled this week in affirming the conviction of a Montgomery County man.

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