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Gun Policy News


30 March 2000

Baltimore Sun

The National Rifle Association, alarmed at the prospect that Maryland could become the first state to require built-in gun locks, is preparing a television ad campaign ridiculing Gov. Parris N. Glendening and his gun safety legislation. The governor is delighted. Bill Powers, an NRA spokesman, said the organization has footage of Glendening fumbling with one of the locking devices at a recent public appearance amid laughter from onlookers. He said the footage might be... (

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