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30 March 2006

Birmingham Times (Alabama)

The Alabama District Attorney Association joined a Birmingham public policy group to oppose bills Jefferson County District Attorney David Barber called a "license to kill." Across the country, mainly in the south, The National Rifle Association is sponsoring legislation it alternately calls "Stand Your Ground, the Castle Doctrine, and Shoot First." In Alabama House Bill 1 and its companion, Senate Bill 283, claims to "extend the right to self-defense" by allowing... (GunPolicy.org)

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