Chuck Michel

Civil Rights Attorney, National Rifle Association

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Civil rights attorney for the National Rifle Association in California and the California Rifle and Pistol Association

Chuck Michel on KCRW

Yesterday’s 5-to-4  Supreme Court ruling  said the Second Amendment permits Americans to keep handguns at home for the purpose of self-defense.

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Yesterday’s 5-to-4 Supreme Court ruling said the Second Amendment permits Americans to keep handguns at home for the purpose of self-defense.

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The US Supreme Court has settled an issue as old as the Bill of Rights:  individuals must be allowed to own guns .

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The US Supreme Court has settled an issue as old as the Bill of Rights: individuals must be allowed to own guns .

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