Back in 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court gave gun rights advocates a big win when it found Washington, D.C.'s ban on handguns unconstitutional. The ruling also gave federal courts something: the likelihood of a lot more challenges based on the Second Amendment. The WSJ's Gary Fields examines this dynamic in a page one story on Monday. He starts with this: that although the handgun ban in D.C. was shot down two years ago, D.C. hasn't exactly made buying a handgun as easy as snapping up some Redskins paraphernalia.
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