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Suit filed over gun controls inspired by synagogue shooting
Pittsburgh official says 'enough is enough' after attack that kills 11 in October
Daniel Leger, left, and Andrea Wedner, both survivors of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, embrace after Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto signed three gun-control bills into law, Tuesday at the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh. - photo by Associated Press
PITTSBURGH — Gun rights groups sued Tuesday to block Pittsburgh from enforcing firearms legislation passed after a mass shooting at a synagogue, accusing city officials of blatantly defying the state's prohibition on municipal gun regulation.
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