A judge ruled that some of Cleveland's new gun control laws violate the state constitution, but left intact a controversial gun offender registry that drew the ire of gun-rights groups, reports Cleveland.com. Judge Shirley Strickland-Saffold ruled that three laws enacted in April 2015 violated a state law that gives state legislators preemptive control over gun laws, including a provision that . . .
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