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Gun Policy News, 31 July 2004


31 July 2004

Salt Lake Tribune (Utah)

An out-of-court settlement has canceled a second trial over a Park City couple's allegations that Kmart illegally sold a shotgun to their schizophrenic son, who used it to commit suicide. The trial was slated to begin Monday before U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart in Salt Lake City. The judge had thrown out a $3 million judgment awarded to Philip and Sandra Eslinger after ruling that juror deliberations in the first trial had been tainted. Philip Eslinger was in Alaska... (

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31 July 2004

Washington Times

Nine Virginia Republican lawmakers voted in support of all pro-gun bills proposed during this year's General Assembly, according to a study conducted by a state gun lobby. Four delegates and five senators, including one from Fairfax County, voted in favor of the bills that protect gun rights and opposed those that didn't, according to the Virginia Citizens Defense League which based its findings on the lawmakers' voting records. They are Delegates Ben. L. Cline of... (

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31 July 2004

Globe & Mail (Toronto)

JOHANNESBURG — There are 1.5 million desperate refugees in the Darfur region of western Sudan. At least 40,000 people have died of hunger, or in attacks by government forces and government-organized janjaweed militias. But yesterday, at the United Nations Security Council, the best world powers could do was pass a watered-down, U.S.-sponsored resolution threatening the Sudanese government with unspecified "measures" if it fails to act against the janjaweed in 30... (

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