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27 August 2006

Miami Herald

The families of the South Florida children killed by stray bullets in recent months remain in mourning, but have taken on a new fight: a petition drive to have state lawmakers change the "Stand Your Ground" law. They fear the law could complicate how stray-bullet cases are prosecuted and make it easier for those accused in the shooting deaths of their loved ones to walk away without being punished. "What I want to see is for everybody to be responsible for their own... (

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