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Calif. county avoids legal woes, allows gun shows

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Calif. county avoids legal woes, allows gun shows

A years-long showdown over the right to bear arms in California’s Alameda County appeared to end Friday after officials agreed to allow tightly restricted gun shows on government property.

A special, 11-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the county’s revised interpretation of the gun show ordinance makes it constitutional. That ordinance allows gun dealers to sell their wares on county property so long as the guns are unloaded and attached by a sturdy cable to a display table.

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