AR-15 rifles are displayed on the exhibit floor during the National Rifle Association annual meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 20, 2016. (Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg)

AR-15 rifles are displayed on the exhibit floor during the National Rifle Association annual meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 20, 2016. (Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg)

Editorial: Work ahead to protect, carry out I-1639

The voters’ demand for stronger gun laws needs the courts’ protection and sufficient state resources.

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