The California Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to decide whether a gun manufacturer can be held responsible for Gian Luigi Ferri’s infamous and deadly shooting rampage through the Pettit & Martin firm nearly seven years ago.

It is at least the fifth gun case that the court has agreed to review in the last three years — cases that range from the definition of an illegal assault rifle to the constitutionality of a California law banning certain weapons. The court has not issued a single opinion on the matter.

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