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14 September 2005

Middletown Journal (Ohio), Editorial

When Ohio's concealed gun law went on the books in April 2004, it was widely believed that the law — considered flawed by both sides of the gun control debate — was merely the persistent gun lobby's last-ditch effort to get some law on the book, after several failed attempts in the previous decade. As restrictive as the law was portrayed, gun lobbyists and sponsoring state lawmakers were winking at one another, knowing that the law could be made less restrictive in... (GunPolicy.org)

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