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Gun Policy News


17 March 2004

Gannett News Service (USA)

COLUMBUS — Wednesday's arrest in the Columbus sniper case has given fresh ammunition to gun-control advocates who say Ohio does a lousy job of keeping mentally ill people from buying guns. Licensed gun sellers nationwide are required to make instant background checks through an FBI database to identify potentially dangerous buyers. When a judge has ruled people mentally ill, they cannot be sold firearms. But those background checks don't have much effect in Ohio... (

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