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CA: Folsom Cordova Gun Policy Unique Among Large Sacramento Area School Districts
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Folsom Cordova Unified is the only large school district in the four-county Sacramento region known to allow select employees to bring a gun onto campus, based on a Sacramento Bee review this week of local policies.
 

NE: Bill Would Allow Public Places to Allow Guns
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A bill introduced in the Legislature would allow public and private companies to set their own rules on guns, regardless of local laws.

Places like banks, universities, polling places and churches would all be allowed to accept guns on their premises under the bill, LB 769, Sen. Tommy Garrett of Bellevue said.
 

GA: High school Kids Not Necessarily Comfortable With Arming Their College Counterparts
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Local high school students who will likely find themselves at a public college campus sometime soon voiced concern about the measure that would allow firearms on campus.
 

KY: Officer Cleared in Fatal Ludlow Traffic Stop Shooting
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Prosecutors have concluded that a northern Kentucky officer acted in self-defense when he fatally shot a 61-year-old man last year during a traffic stop.

News outlets report that body camera footage released Friday helped convince prosecutors that Ludlow police officer Samuel Hodge was justified in shooting Charles Reynolds on Dec. 22.
 

KS: KU Medical Center Mulls Unique Challenges to Implementing Campus Concealed Carry Law
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Research subjects coming in for a brain scan at Kansas University Medical Center’s Hoglund Brain Imaging Center are usually asked to strip down to scrubs.

When concealed handguns become legal on Kansas state university campuses, and someone brings one to the center, where will the subject put the gun during the procedure?
 

FL: 128 Guns Collected In Miami Buy Back Event
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In a no-questions-asked buy back program, law enforcement announced they have taken more than a hundred weapons off the Miami streets.
 

John Howard Defends Australia's Gun Record on CBS
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Former Australian prime minister John Howard has re-entered the US gun debate, declaring it is "incontestable" gun-related homicides fell significantly after he introduced strict laws following the Port Arthur massacre. Speaking on CBS' Sunday Morning TV news program, Mr Howard said he was compelled to act after 35 people were gunned down at the Tasmanian historical site in 1996.
 

Marines Ditch Iron Sights, Consider New Marksmanship Training Tables
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Marines will see changes in marksmanship and weapons gear this year, including the phasing out of legacy M16 iron sights and the three-point sling.

Marine officials announced annual changes to the Corps' combat marksmanship program last week based on recommendations from a gathering of key decision makers aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, last October.
 

WA: Customer Shoots Masked, Hatchet-Wielding Attacker in Burien 7-Eleven
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A customer shot and killed a hatchet-wielding man attacking a clerk at a convenience store in Burien Sunday morning.

About 5:45 a.m., a masked man about 40 years old walked into a 7-Eleven store near South 110th Street and 8th Avenue South and swung a hatchet at a customer, said King County Sheriff’s Sgt. Cindi West. The man then went behind the counter and attacked the 58-year-old clerk, never saying anything.
 

Concealed Carriers Have Made a Tiny Pistol with a Sketchy Past a Big Seller for Gun Makers
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For Big Gun, there is a lot riding on tiny pistols. The .380 semiautomatic handgun best embodies the trend: The guns feature grips smaller than an average person’s palm, with frames less than an inch wide and barrels usually about two inches long. And American manufacturers are cranking out .380 pistols in increasingly staggering quantities.
 

MA: Concealed Weapon Licenses on the Rise on the South Shore
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Dave Haddix never fired a gun until he was 50 years old. Now, seven years later, he carries one most days when he’s not working as a letter carrier. “It’s strictly about self-defense,” said Haddix, of Weymouth, to The Patriot Ledger.

“I think the older you get the more you pay attention to what’s going on around you. Just look at the opiate epidemic. People are trying to get money for that in a lot of bad ways.”
 

VA: City Should Approve the Indoor Gun Range
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A government that trusts its people with the private ownership of pistols, shotguns and rifles should understand that practice is an essential part of responsible gun ownership. And there’s no better place to practice than at a well-designed and well-run shooting range.
 

Tryants Always Start By Disarming Citizenry
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Why is the Second Amendment important? Because of the Third Amendment. First, let’s deal with less-lofty matters. It’s not hard to understand that if you’re attacked, or someone breaks into your home while you’re watching TV, dialing 911 isn’t the best way to defend yourself and loved ones.
 

MA: State Tracks Gun Sales, Not Owners
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As the gun control debate heats up across the nation, and within communities including Lexington and Lowell, where new local regulations have been proposed, Massachusetts residents may never know how many residents would be affected by any proposal on gun ownership. That's because Massachusetts does not keep a database of guns registered in the state.
 

NH: At Weston Shooting Club, Education, Experience Trumps Politics
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Dressed in a suit, sipping from a tumbler of barrel-aged whiskey, Todd Crowley isn’t a stereotypical gun enthusiast.

Crowley sat down for a drink inside the upscale lounge at the Weston Shooters Club on Tuesday after visiting the firing range, savoring a moment of relaxation with a friend.
 

The Macabre Truth of Gun Control in The US is That Toddlers Kill More People Than Terrorists Do
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This week, in my country, considered by some of its more embarrassing denizens to be the “greatest country in the world”, an outspoken Florida “gun rights” advocate left a loaded .45 calibre handgun in the back seat of her car and was promptly shot and wounded by her four-year-old child. Truly a pinnacle of human potential, much like the invention of paper in second-century BC China, or Aristotle holding forth in the Lyceum, or whoever first pointed out that Florida looks like America’s penis.
 

Man Arrested With More Than $100k in Guns, Drugs
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A 51-year-old man was arrested after Elsmere police say they found steroids, marijuana, guns and other drugs in his home and a storage locker belonging to him.
 

Sportsmen Lost a Good Friend When Justice Scalia Died
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It could not have come at a worse time — the sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. When it comes to the Second Amendment — gun rights — Scalia was the best friend we sportsmen had. With 10 months left in his presidency, Barack Obama will now attempt to replace the conservative Scalia with a new justice, whose views are more in step with his liberal social agenda.
 

NM: Opinions on Gun Law Mixed at Show
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House Bill 336, which Gov. Susana Martinez signed into law on Feb. 28, aims to strengthen gun safety by requiring that New Mexico courts report mental health records to the National Criminal Background Check System.
 

MI: Armed Michigan Woman Stops Burglars Amid Rash of Home Invasions
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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Two burglars operating in northern Bay County were stopped mid-heist by an armed woman, police say.

The morning of Wednesday, March 9, Bay County sheriff's deputies responded to a home invasion complaint on West Neuman Road in rural Mount Forest Township. The female resident told police two men came to her house and rang her doorbell, but she did not answer, according to Undersheriff Troy Cunningham.

 

Slate of Gun Control Measures is Weak Stuff
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It wouldn't be a General Assembly session if there weren't a debate over gun legislation. The same arguments, modified to fit the bills at hand, are dusted off and used every year.

We've endorsed gun control measures we believed were sensible, were not covered by existing regulations and had some chance of improving public safety.
 

NE: Fake Guns At Center of Dead Bill in Committee
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For 36 years, the Odd Lot store's been in business on the corner of 24th and Q streets. "We sell everything we can," Clarence Barker said. One look at the shelves confirms Barker's statement. About a year ago, the store began selling fake firearms.
 

Hank Williams Jr. Calls 'God and Guns’ Strong, Not Controversial
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Hank Williams, Jr. is not afraid of controversy, but according to the artist, his new song “God and Guns” from his most recent record It’s About Time doesn’t fall into that category.

While many may consider the sentiments in the tune envelope-pushing in today’s climate, Williams doesn’t see it that way. In fact, he says it reminds him of a song he’s released in the past. “In my world it’s not controversial. It’s pretty strong,” he says via Big Machine. “It reminds you of ‘Country Boy Can Survive.’ Very slow, low notes, big rockin’ build up.”
 

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That the said Constitution shall never be construed to authorize Congress to infringe the just liberty of the press or the rights of conscience; or to prevent the people of The United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms... — Samuel Adams, Debates and Proceedings in the Convention of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at 86-87 (Pierce & Hale, eds., Boston, 1850).

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