Supreme Court allows continued regulation of so-called ‘ghost guns’

The Supreme Court has sided with the Biden administration, temporarily allowing enforcement of regulations over so-called “ghost guns” that can be made from kits at home. The administration appealed a federal judge’s earlier ruling tossing out the regulations. The high court put that ruling on hold while the case is appealed further on the merits. Justices Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch, and Kavanaugh would have allowed the lower court ruling to go into effect. The federal regulation was put into place a year ago, and would put ghost guns under the same control as other fully assembled firearms, making it easier to trace serial numbers, background checks, and sales. Officials said it was in response to rising numbers of untraceable guns. This is a developing story and will be updated. 
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