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Topic - Carlos F. Lucero
“We hold that the 14th Amendment protects the fundamental right to marry, establish a family, raise children, and enjoy the full protection of a state’s marital laws,” wrote Judges Carlos F. Lucero and Jerome A. Holmes.
But he said there are serious constitutional questions to a bill introduced in the state Senate last week that would hold firearms dealers and manufacturers liable for crimes committed using their guns.