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Gun Policy News


27 July 2005

San Francisco Chronicle, Editorial

The U.S. Senate decided Tuesday it had something more important to work on than the $491 billion Defense Authorization Bill, even with American troops at war. In an outrageous demonstration of skewed priorities, senators decided to put the defense bill on hold so they could rush through a gift to the gun industry. Yes, the U.S. Senate dropped other pressing matters to consider S397, which would provide gun manufacturers and sellers with sweeping immunity from... (

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