With gun control advocates recently losing both the fight to ban assault weapons and the right to sue gun manufactures, it may seem like the political winds that continually swirl around the Second Amendment have been at our backs lately. But this Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune story looks a little closer and uncovers a disturbing trend: In the last 10 years, the number of gun dealers in the U.S. has plummeted by a frightening 78 percent, largely due to a growing system of local restrictions that indirectly limit firearm sales. Check out this important story below.