The city of Seattle has figured out a way to get around Second Amendment protections on guns: tax firearms and ammunition instead. The city has begun to charge a $25 tax on every firearm sold, 2 cents on every round of .22 caliber ammunition, and a 5-cent tax for every other round of ammunition, reports Eleanor Clift. The tax has already passed its first test in court and could provide a template that other municipalities could adopt.

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