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Supreme Court rules state has say on gun laws, not cities

In an extensive ruling, the justices voided a 2005 Tucson ordinance that says that the police department, after it seizes a hand gun, "shall dispose of such firearm by destroying the firearm.'' They said it runs afoul of several state laws.

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