What the SCOTUS ruling on concealed carry in NY means for efforts to curb gun violence
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that a New York law that restricts the concealed carry of firearms in public violates the Second Amendment. Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the 6-3 opinion.
We get the latest on what this means for efforts to prevent gun violence across the country.
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