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Gun Policy News, 27 March 2010


27 March 2010

Royal Gazette (Bermuda)

Crime Stoppers Bermuda has renewed a $100,000 appeal for information on gun violence in Bermuda. The offer is being made through partnership with concerned members of the business community and Rise Above, Bermuda. The $100,000 will be given to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of persons responsible for the increase of gun crime, said Crime Stoppers Bermuda chairman John Drew. Full-page advertisements appeared in The Royal Gazette and the Bermuda... (

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27 March 2010

Monitor (Kampala)

Within a week, four Ugandans have been shot dead by the very security agents mandated to protect them. It is the continuation of a trend that exposes the ugly side of Uganda's gun culture. It is the kind of behaviour that compelled a senior minister to resign some 23 years ago, but not today. When, on October 15, 1987, then Internal Affairs Minister Kahinda Otafiire drew a pistol on the late Jennifer Kuteesa at a hotel in Kampala during an argument, he resigned soon... (

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27 March 2010

Associated Press

FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Gun rights supporters unabashedly toted weapons at a rally outside Kentucky's Capitol on Saturday in a show of political muscle aimed at sending a message to policymakers to protect the Second Amendment. Speakers stressed the importance of guns for self-defense, drawing cheers from about 300 people at the rally where American flags were plentiful. Many in the crowd had weapons holstered at their sides or strapped to their backs while attending... (

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27 March 2010

Arizona Republic

Proposed legislation that would make Arizona the third state in the nation to allow adults to carry concealed guns without permits may be the first of the dozen or so weapons-related bills proposed this session to hit the governor's desk. Lawmakers have amended Senate Bill 1108 and House Bill 2347 so they consist of identical language that would, among other things, eliminate the requirement for concealed-carry weapon permits for U.S. citizens 21 and older. The... (

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27 March 2010

Omaha World Herald

LINCOLN, Nebraska — Gun-rights advocates now have some legal ammunition trying to persuade the City of Omaha to change its handgun registration requirements. A legal opinion Friday from the Nebraska Attorney General's Office said the city is not following state law by continuing to require holders of state-issued concealed handgun permits to register the guns locally. The registration requirement, at least as it pertains to holders of concealed-carry permits, was... (

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