The U.S. Supreme Court ‘s refusal Monday to take up a challenge to Highland Park ‘s ban on assault weapons protects similar restrictions in Chicago and other parts of Illinois and sends a message that municipalities have the right to determine how to best protect their communities, according to legal experts.
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