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17 March 2008

Bloomberg (USA)

For 217 years, the U.S. Supreme Court has managed to say next to nothing about the constitutional right to "keep and bear arms." That's about to change. The high court tomorrow hears arguments on the District of Columbia's handgun ban in a case that will determine whether the Second Amendment protects the rights of all people or only those affiliated with a National Guard or other state-run militia. That question, though at the core of the amendment's significance,... (

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