Former Supreme Court Justice Stevens would overturn Heller, McDonald
Monday, October 24, 2011
Stevens: I would change the interpretation of the Second Amendment. The court got that quite wrong. Gun policy should be handled by legislatures and by states, not by federal judges appointed for life.
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