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D.C. won't appeal court ruling striking down a portion of the city's gun control law
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D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced on Oct. 5 that the city will not appeal to the Supreme Court a federal appeals court panel decision to strike down the city's “good reason” requirement to obtain a permit to carry a concealed gun in public.
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced on Oct. 5 that the city will not appeal to the Supreme Court a federal appeals court panel decision to strike down the city's “good reason” requirement to obtain a permit to carry a concealed gun in public.
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