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The Supreme Court has decided to hear a challenge to the handgun restrictions in Chicago and one of its suburbs. It’s been more than a year since the court struck down the handgun ban in Washington, D.C. — and legal scholars say the new case could set precedent for how the Second Amendment applies to the states. We talk with the lawyer behind both the D.C. and Chicago challenges and hear what’s at stake before the court this time around.
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