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Judge Again Halts High-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Sales In California

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Judge Again Halts High-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Sales In California

Judge Again Halts High-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Sales In California

A federal judge on Friday halted sales of high-capacity ammunition magazines in California, giving state officials a chance to appeal his order last week that allowed their sale for the first time in nearly 20 years.

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