A victory in Arizona.

Via AZ Central:

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that Tucson does not have the right to ignore state law when it comes to what they do with confiscated weapons.

Arizona's highest court issued its ruling Thursday morning in a case in which the state alleges Tucson's 12-year-old gun ordinance conflicts with a 2016 state law that requires cities, towns and counties to assure their local ordinances comply with state law.

Tucson's ordinance allows for the destruction of confiscated guns. State law requires them to be sold.

Over the past five years, Tucson has destroyed about 4,800 unclaimed or forfeited guns, according to court records.

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