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Court: Arizona can restore gun rights to some felons convicted in other states

In a new ruling, the Arizona Court of Appeals concluded that state courts do have the power to restore an individual's right to possess or carry a firearm, regardless of where a prior conviction occurred. It is not automatic, there are limits, a judge said. (Independent file photo)

In a new ruling, the Arizona Court of Appeals concluded that state courts do have the power to restore an individual's right to possess or carry a firearm, regardless of where a prior conviction occurred. It is not automatic, there are limits, a judge said. (Independent file photo)

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