Federal judge upholds Md.’s bump-stock ban

Maryland’s recently enacted ban on attachments that enable guns to fire more rapidly will remain in effect after a federal judge last week rejected arguments from gun-rights advocates that the law is unconstitutional. Citing a mass slaying at an outdoor Las Vegas concert last year, U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar said the state’s ban on ...

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