Gun group will appeal Md. bump stock ban to Supreme Court

A gun-rights group will urge the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that Maryland owes gun owners money for having required them to surrender their bump stocks and similar devices they can place on their firearms to make them fire faster, the organization’s president said Monday. Maryland Shall Issue will argue to the justices that the state’s ...

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