Emma Schwartz

Reporter, US News and World Report

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Today the  US Supreme Court heard arguments  that have been percolating for more than 200 years on the meaning of these 27 words: "a well-regulated militia, being necessary to the…

The Supreme Court Considers the Right to Bear Arms

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Today the  US Supreme Court heard arguments  that have been percolating for more than 200 years on the meaning of these 27 words: "a well-regulated militia, being necessary to the…

The Supreme Court Considers the Right to Bear Arms

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