The Democrats who control the state hailed the broad prohibition on the sale of some high-powered weapons and high-capacity magazines that Illinois legislators passed last week as a life-saving measure that would help stop widespread bloodshed. However, on Friday, a state judge in Effingham County temporarily stopped the legislation from being applied to hundreds of people and a number of gun dealers who had filed a lawsuit, in what was the bill’s first legal test. Following a Supreme Court decision in a New York case last year, there is considerable uncertainty about whether comprehensive gun control laws like those…
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