Gun Advocates Rejected by Supreme Court on Assault WeaponsBy
Justices won't question Chicago suburb's ban on some guns
Top court avoids the intensifying debate over gun control
A divided U.S. Supreme Court steered clear of the politically charged fight over gun rights, turning away a challenge to a law banning semi-automatic assault weapons and large-capacity magazines in a Chicago suburb.
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