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New Mexico justices hear challenge to public health ban on guns in public parks and playgrounds

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Advocates for gun rights are challenging Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s emergency orders limiting gun carrying in public areas.

The New Mexico Supreme Court heard arguments in a lawsuit brought by Republican legislators, the NRA, and local residents, arguing that the orders infringe on Second Amendment rights and overstep the governor’s authority.

Lujan Grisham defends the orders as necessary to address gun violence and drug abuse as public health crises.

The legal battle reflects a broader national debate on gun rights and restrictions following a U.S. Supreme Court decision.

The governor’s orders have faced protests and legal challenges, with a federal judge allowing enforcement to continue.


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