(Fox News) A duel law more than 100-years-old is soon to be taken off the books in one state.
The 151-year-old state law that reportedly drew inspiration from the famous fight between former Vice President Aaron Burr and former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton is on its way out.
Idaho's House Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee voted Friday to consider removing the rule on jurisdiction for out-of-state duels. The law was passed during the state's first legislature in 1984.
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