Gun group makes last bid for justices’ review of Md. bump stock ban

Maryland cannot avoid its constitutional obligation to financially compensate gun owners for having forced them to surrender what had been lawfully possessed devices to make their firearms fire faster just because they had become “politically unpopular property,” a gun rights group told the U.S. Supreme Court this week. In papers filed with the justices, Maryland Shall ...

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