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Gun Policy News, 18 July 2004


18 July 2004

Los Angeles Times

RIO DE JANEIRO — To live in this city and other urban areas of Brazil is to hear the frequent rat-a-tat-tat of gunfire, a sound that even young children can recognize. As many as 20 million firearms are in circulation in this nation of 180 million people, who suffer from one of the highest rates of gun deaths in the world. Now, officials hope to stem that tide with an ambitious plan to disarm the populace. Under a new law hailed by supporters as the most sweeping... (

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18 July 2004

Washington Post

On Friday afternoon, Kevin M. Tracy ordered signs to be posted in the windows of the four The Bungalow restaurants in Northern Virginia. They'll read: "The Bungalow, a Homeland Security model facility. No firearms, no WMDs, safe zone." Tracy, the restaurants' director of operations, said the small chain decided to ban gun-toting customers in March after a man with a firearm strapped to his hip sat down in its Franconia restaurant and ordered a margarita. The man... (

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