Supreme Court declines appeal of Md.’s bump stock ban

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a decision that Maryland owes gun owners no money for having required them to surrender their bump stocks and similar devices that can be placed on firearms to make them fire faster. Without comment, the justices declined to hear a gun rights group’s argument that the state’s 2018 ...

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