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The Connecticut Supreme Court reportedly ruled Thursday that a lawsuit against firearms manufacturers brought by the families of victims of the Sandy Hook massacre could go to court.

The ruling could require firearms companies to give the families access to internal communications that they have been trying to keep secret, according to The New York Times.

The article goes on to state the following:

The families have alleged that companies that made the weapons used in the deadly shooting at an elementary school are partly responsible for it. They also have argued that the AR-15-style Bushmaster used by the gunman was promoted as a weapon of war.

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