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Robert Levy has never owned a handgun and has no burning desire to own one now. He hasn’t been a Washington resident since he was a teen in the 1950s.

But for six years, the wealthy attorney has carefully plotted a legal challenge to Washington’s strict ban on handgun ownership, a case now before the Supreme Court. The Florida resident helped hand-pick the plaintiffs involved and is paying the legal fees himself.

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