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United States

29 July 2012

Sacramento Bee (California)

There was nothing unusual about the University of Colorado's grant to its once-promising student, James E. Holmes. If Holmes weren't accused of killing a dozen people and wounding 58, we'd never know that he received $21,600 for living costs while he pursued his doctorate in neuroscience. Nor was there anything odd about how the university paid for the stipend. The money came from an annual grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health. But if the National... (GunPolicy.org)

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