A federal judge found that California's ban on using handguns for the purpose of advertising in gun-store windows is unconstitutional, ending a 95-year old law. US District Judge Troy Nunley disputed California's claim that the ban reduces suicide and gun violence, saying the state "has restricted disfavored speech without acknowledging the efficacy of policy choices that do not burden speech."
Calif. restriction on gun-store advertising overturned in federal court
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