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What the first gun reform law in decades means for the United States

Guns remain a part of national identity in the U.S., but recent mass shootings have called into question how their sales and the business should be regulated. Critics of the firearm industry are advocating for wider litigation against manufacturers, and politicians in some states are pushing for inventive solutions, such as high taxes and liability insurance. But a conservative-dominated Supreme Court could be a unmovable obstacle to efforts like those for years to come.
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