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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Carlos F. Lucero
"In light of our nation's extensive practice of restricting citizens' freedom to carry firearms in a concealed manner, we hold that this activity does not fall within the scope of the Second Amendment's protections," Judge Carlos F. Lucero wrote in the opinion.
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.