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Supreme Court / Handguns #967589

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 02, 2010
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(Supreme Court: Pete Williams) The challenge in the Supreme Court against handgun bans featured; details given about the lawsuit brought against Chicago; courtroom sketches by Art Lien shown while arguments from Justices Antonin Scalia and Anthony Kennedy are quoted. [Chicago resident Otis McDONALD‡- supports having a handgun in his home.] [Lawyer for challengers Alan GURA†- says the 2nd Amendment secures the right to arms.] [Lawyer for Chicago Benna SOLOMON†- says state and local governments should decide for themselves.] [Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence Paul HELMKE†- says anything beyond gun in the home for self defense is something states and cities can regulate.]
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