Gun-rights advocates challenge Md. assault-weapons ban in Supreme Court

Gun-rights advocates have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review and strike down as unconstitutional Maryland’s ban on military assault-style weapons and high capacity magazines, those carrying more than 10 rounds of ammunition. In papers filed with the high court late Friday, the advocates’ attorneys argued that the ban violates the Constitution’s Second Amendment right “to ...

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