The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday morning declined to hear Remington Arms Co. LLC’s appeal, after the Connecticut Supreme Court rejected the gunmaker’s arguments of zero liability for the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.

The case will decide whether victims’ families can hold companies accountable for crimes committed with their products. And now that the high court has denied certiorari, litigation will  continue in Connecticut.

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