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Gun Policy News, 28 May 2010


28 May 2010

Citizen (Dar es Salaam)

There was anguish and anger as a victim of armed banditry, a Standard Six boy, turned up at the Africa Day marked in Bukoba on Tuesday through the destruction of small arms and light weapons. Master Erick Julius is partly paralysed due to gun shots he received at the hands of armed bandits in Ngara District, Kagera Region, three years ago. The boy narrated his shocking testimony to hundreds of people who had turned up at the event organised by the East African... (

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28 May 2010

Standard-Times (Massachusetts)

Local law enforcement officials are hoping a bill the House passed this week to include gun felonies under the state's dangerousness statute will be strengthened when the proposal reaches a conference committee on Beacon Hill. "I certainly hope that in conference, the Senate pulls the House up, not the House pulling down the Senate," said New Bedford Police Chief Ronald E. Teachman. The conference committee, consisting of state representatives and senators, will have... (

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28 May 2010

Lancaster Eagle Gazette (Ohio)

COLUMBUS - Senate Bill 239, which clarifies how weapons must be carried in a vehicle and allows concealed weapons to be carried in restaurants that serve alcohol if the licensee is not drinking and only if permitted by the establishment, passed in the Ohio Senate on Thursday. "SB 239 brings Ohio's concealed carry laws in line with those in many other states while reaffirming law-abiding citizens' constitutional rights to protect themselves and their families," Sen. Tim... (

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28 May 2010

News Journal (Delaware)

WILMINGTON - A lawsuit funded by the National Rifle Association was filed Thursday in Delaware Chancery Court seeking to lift the Wilmington Housing Authority's ban on residents' possessing firearms. The 10-page lawsuit states that the ban -- which is contained in lease agreements -- "is unconstitutional on its face" because it infringes on the residents' right to keep and bear arms, which is guaranteed in the Delaware and U.S. Constitutions. Barry Willoughby, an... (

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28 May 2010

Star-Ledger (New Jersey)

TRENTON — Tracey Crews was planning to tuck his toddler daughter into bed when the bullet pierced his neck. When police arrived, he was lying in the street outside his Trenton home as his wife frantically tried to stop the bleeding. Although the September 2008 slaying has never been solved, authorities said Wednesday they arrested the man responsible for putting the 9-mm pistol in the killer's hands. Police said Trayle Beasley, 29, traded drugs for guns in... (

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