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The Second Circuit upheld the dismissal of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association’s claims that the state’s requirement that anyone who wants to carry a concealed weapon outside the home had to show a “proper cause” to do so. The requirement does not violate the Second Amendment, the court ruled.

MANhATTAN — The Second Circuit upheld the dismissal of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association’s claims that the state’s requirement that anyone who wants to carry a concealed weapon outside the home had to show a “proper cause” to do so. The requirement does not violate the Second Amendment, the court ruled.

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