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Gun Policy News


18 March 2008

Baltimore Sun

For years, Dick Heller lived across the street from a crime-ridden public housing project where the top drug dealer marked the close of business every morning at 2 o'clock by emptying his 9 mm pistol into the air. Tucked in bed below the windowsill of his brick rowhouse in Southeast Washington, Heller tried to assure himself that the brick walls would protect him as he slept. Still, the bullet mark to the right of his front door and the bullet hole in the first-floor... (

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