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U.S. District Judge Mizelle in Tampa ruled that the ban on firearms possession in post offices is unconstitutional.

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Federal judge rules ban on firearms in post offices unconstitutional

A federal judge in Florida ruled a U.S. law that prohibits people from having firearms in post offices to be unconstitutional, the latest court decision declaring gun restrictions violate the Constitution.

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