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Trigger Activators

An appeals court in Ohio upheld a ruling in favor of gun rights groups that found Cincinnati’s ban on firearm “trigger activators,” such as bump stocks, unconstitutional. The city’s ordinance is an “invalid exercise of home-rule authority.”

CINCINNATI — An appeals court in Ohio upheld a ruling in favor of gun rights groups that found Cincinnati’s ban on firearm “trigger activators,” such as bump stocks, unconstitutional. The city’s ordinance is an “invalid exercise of home-rule authority.”   

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Law

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