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Supreme Court delays decision on Tucson gun policy

The Arizona Supreme Court late Tuesday sidestepped, at least temporarily, the question of whether to intercede in the dispute between Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Tucson over the city's gun-destruction policy.

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