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Guns, concealed

In July, a federal judge tossed out the city’s longstanding ban on carrying handguns in public, handing a victory to four plaintiffs who had sued in 2009 after being denied concealed-carry permits. Coupled with the 2008 Supreme Court decision that overturned D.C.’s 30-year-old ban on handgun ownership, gun advocates say the twin pillars of the […]