The University of Michigan’s April Zeoli, one of the nation’s leading researchers on firearms and domestic violence, can discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s impending decision on United States v. Rahimi, a ruling that will either nullify or preserve laws that allow courts to grant restraining orders that prevent domestic abusers from possessing a firearm.

Zeoli is director of the policy core at U-M’s Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention and an associate professor of health management and policy at the School of Public Health.

The Supreme Court decision will overturn or uphold a U.S. circuit court ruling that sided with Zackey Rahimi, a Texas resident who claims a federal law temporarily prohibiting him from having a gun while under a domestic violence restraining order violated his Second Amendment right to bear arms.\

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