A Texas federal judge ruled Monday in a dispute over a right-to-bear-arms amendment that

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barred someone from buying a firearm while under criminal prosecution.

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There is no deception about the true outcome of this case - certainly substantial public opinion and well-being concerns exist,”

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U.S. District Judge David Counts, a Trump appointee, wrote in his decision. Citing a June Supreme Court decision, the count,

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New York State Rifle and Gun Association v. Bruen,

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Where judges reverse concealed-carry permit restrictions for gun owners in New York state.

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The enumeration approach rests strongly on the system laid down by the High Court in Bruen,

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After this decision it was unclear "whether a resolution to prevent a person from obtaining a gun

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At a gun range is consistent with the historical tradition of firearms control

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And later allegedly bailed, tried to buy a programmed weapon, lied on his ATF firearms transaction form and was able to buy the gun

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