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Gun Policy News, 18 August 2007

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18 August 2007

Billings Gazette (Montana) / AP

CHEYENNE — The state of Wyoming says the federal agency that enforces gun laws was wrong to reject a state law that seeks to allow people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence to regain their firearms rights in the state courts. Wyoming this week filed its opening brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Denver, challenging a ruling issued in May by U.S. District Judge Alan Johnson of Cheyenne. Johnson ruled against the state's claim that the Federal Bureau of... (

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