D.C. vs. Heller’s impact could affect Louisiana

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court's review of a ban on…

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court’s review of a ban on handguns in the nation’s capital has touched off a debate on gun rights that’s likely to impact Louisiana. 

In a city once considered to be the nation’s murder capital, Louisiana high court is considering an appeal of a ruling that overturned the District of Columbia’s 32-year ban on handguns, a decision based on findings that handguns were disproportionately used by criminals.

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