The nation’s top court dodged a bullet after rejecting an appeal for a 2013 Maryland state law.
Brought forth by residents, firearms dealers, and the state’s NRA association, the federal suit challenged a ban on “assault long guns” that include the ArmaLite, commonly referred to as the AR 15.
Maryland passed the law in 2013 following the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary in nearby Connecticut.
Although the appeal argued for Second Amendment rights, the issue at the heart of the bill is the distinction between personal rights at firearms designed for military purposes, despite available civilian models.
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