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Gun Policy News, 3 April 2004


3 April 2004

Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio), Opinion

You're a cop. You pull a car over for a burned-out taillight. You approach the driver's door. The window is down, and the driver has his hands on the steering wheel. "I have a gun," he says. Welcome to the letter of the law. Under Ohio's new concealed-carry statute, this is exactly how it is supposed to happen. This declaration will not only be perfectly normal, but good citizenship. But in real life, as in theater, the specter of a loaded gun changes everything. It... (

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3 April 2004

Associated Press

ANNAPOLIS — State lawmakers will likely pass no new gun legislation this year with less than two weeks remaining in the 2004 General Assembly session. "I think the gun debate died when [Sen. John A. Giannetti Jr.] decided he wasn't going to support any kind of ban," said House Speaker Michael E. Busch, Anne Arundel Democrat. Mr. Giannetti, Anne Arundel and Prince George's Democrat, is considered the swing vote on the Senate's 11-member Judicial Proceedings... (

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