US Supreme Court upholds domestic-violence gun ban

Updated June 22 2024 - 1:30am, first published 1:25am
The US Supreme Court has upheld a law preventing those subject to restraining orders owning a gun. (EPA PHOTO)
The US Supreme Court has upheld a law preventing those subject to restraining orders owning a gun. (EPA PHOTO)

The US Supreme Court has upheld a federal law that makes it a crime for people under domestic violence restraining orders to have guns, handing a victory to President Joe Biden's administration as the justices opted not to further widen firearms rights after a major expansion in 2022.

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