En banc arguments in a controversial gun rights case were animated Thursday, but don’t be surprised if the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sits on this one for awhile.

A federal appellate court in Chicago said in June that the Second Amendment should not restrict state gun control laws until the Supreme Court rules that the right binds the states. The high court is scheduled to make up its mind next week about whether to grant cert.

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