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The Brady Campaign to be like Mike
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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". . . Mike Bloomberg, that is."

"Perhaps stung by jealousy at the amount of publicity NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg got from his little (possibly illegal?) 'sting' operation against gun shows, the Brady Campaign is now hyping a similar operation of its own. Says Brady Campaign president Paul Helmke:"
"Should someone who wants to buy a military-style assault weapon be required to undergo a criminal background check?"
"This, remember, is about the 'gun show loophole' (by which Helmke and his ilk really mean the private sales 'loophole'), rather than so-called 'assault weapons,' ..." ...
 

Attorney General Holder Reveals Aggressive Gun Control In Response to Ft. Hood Terror Attack
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Before the Senate Judiciary Committee November 18th, 2009, Attorney General Eric Holder revealed a stunningly broad and aggressive anti-gun agenda." ...

"After explaining and defending his decision to give enemy combatants constitutional protections and the right to public trial in civilian courts, Attorney General Holder revealed his support for a national gun owner registration scheme and authorizing the government to ban firearm possession for any person by merely adding that person's name to the terror watch list." ...
 

Obama Bows to Foreigners but Shafts Americans, says Gun Law Expert
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Our country is in real trouble…with a president who bows down to foreign leaders but shafts ordinary American working men and women," says gun rights expert John M. Snyder."

"'In just 10 months in office, Obama publicly has debased the American presidency and the United States of America before the emperor of Japan and the king of Saudi Arabia,' charges Snyder."

"'At the same time,' Snyder continues, 'Obama is promoting an overhaul of the American health care system which could pave the way for undermining the right of Americans to obtain and use guns to defend their lives and the lives of their loved ones, for undermining the very right to life itself.'" ...
 

OR: Firearms In America (sixth letter)
Submitted by: James A. Farmer

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"I'm amazed at the persistent anti-gun sentiment of both Patti Morey and Tom Dimitre (see Nov. 11 letters). However, instead of attacking them personally, which is non-productive, I instead refer back to my own letter in the Nov. 12 Medford Mail Tribune: 'Gun accidents are preventable.' In the letter, I allude to Chris Bird's authoritative book, 'The Concealed Handgun Manual: How To Choose, Carry, and Shoot A Gun in Self Defense.' This same gun writer and small arms authority also is author of 'Thank God I Had A Gun.' Of course, it's unfortunate the victims of so called 'gun violence,' which is actually 'criminal violence,' continue to blame the gun, and not the perpetrator and felon, for such anti-social atrocities." ...
 

Gun Control: Making the K in Kalifornia Stick in 2010
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Read my March 1, 2009 piece on Examiner, 'Why they take guns at all, with thanks to Paul Harvey, Patriot.'"

"I want you to think of 2010. I want you to think of your family and I want you to think of gun control. When you think of guns, don't think of the harm they do, which numbers around 14,000 or so last year in the hands of persons who already are prohibited, think of the good they do in the hands of 2.5 million American citizens who stop a crime in progress every year. The other 300 million gun owners are not only lucky in not having to draw their weapons, but they are also not among those committing the violence in America." ...
 

WI: Court: Criminal Record May Not Prevent Gun Ownership
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A federal appeals court has overturned the conviction of a Wisconsin man barred from owning firearms because of his criminal record, ruling the lifetime prohibition may violate Americans' Second Amendment rights and calling into question the future of a 13-year old gun control law."

"In a 3-0 decision on Wednesday, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ordered a trial judge to take a second look at the evidence that a 1996 federal law prohibiting anyone convicted of a 'misdemeanor crime of domestic violence' is constitutional in light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year that emphasized 'the individual right to possess and carry weapons.'" ...
 

'Anti-gunner' OSHA nominee advances without questions
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee today approved without question and without comment the nomination of David Michaels, the chief of a George-Soros-funded Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy, as the next head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration."

"As WND reported, Second Amendment advocates sounded an alarm over Michaels, warning the most significant attack on gun rights in years soon could come in the form of workplace 'safety' regulations."

"Obama's nomination of Michaels, a George Washington University professor, drew reaction from Walter Olson at Overlawyered.com." ...
 

Seventh Circuit Vacates Conviction for Gun Possession By a Misdemeanant Convicted of Domestic Violence, Remands for Further Proceedings
Submitted by: Foo Bar

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A grand jury indicted Steven Skoien for possessing a firearm after having been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9).... Skoien pleaded guilty but reserved his right to appeal [on Second Amendment grounds] the district court’s denial of his motion to dismiss the indictment....
 

How Many Votes To Overrule The Slaughterhouse Cases?
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://hubpages.com/hub/Need-business-capital-but-have-poor-credit-No-problem

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"As I mentioned yesterday, the petitioner’s brief in McDonald v. City of Chicago written by Alan Gura asks the Supreme Court to overrule The Slaughterhouse Cases and adopt a very different interpretation of the Fouteenth Amendment’s Privileges or Immunities Clause. The obvious question is, how many Justices will agree? My guess: only one. In this post, I want to peer into my crystal ball and see how each of the Justices (or group of Justices) will react to Gura’s argument." ...
 

How I’d Approach the Privileges or Immunities Issue in McDonald
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
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"Let’s say someone hired me to write an amicus brief in the McDonald Second Amendment case, and my goal was to get the Court to overrule the SlaughterHouse Cases (holding that the Privileges or Immunities Clause is a virtual nullity) and get the Court to hold that the Clause protects a right to bear arms, how would I go about it?" ...
 

Predicting McDonald
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
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"Below, my colleague Orin offers his predictions as to whether the Supreme Court will restore the 'lost' Privileges or Immunities Clause to constitutional law. He may well be correct in predicting but a single vote for that proposition, but I remember when many predicted Angel Raich would get 0–1 votes for her Commerce Clause challenge to the Controlled Substances Act. Instead, in addition to Justice Thomas’s vote, she also received the support of Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justice O'Connor–in a 'marijuana case' no less. True, her challenge did fail, as widely predicted, but she definitely beat the spread." ...
 

Will Gun-Control Case Prompt a Constitutional Reawakening?
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"Our interest in a single Supreme Court case has perhaps never been as high as it is in a case currently being briefed. The issues are fascinating on several levels, and the potential impact of a ruling is big."

"The case is McDonald v. City of Chicago, for which the court granted cert on Sept. 30. The petitioners in the case, a group challenging a gun-control ordinance in Chicago, filed their brief with the court earlier this week. Were the court to adopt their position — something well within the realm of possibility — we could be looking at a significant shift in the way the justices view the Constitution and individual rights." ...
 

Must states abide by the Second Amendment?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"On November 16, the Second Amendment Foundation filed a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case of McDonald v. Chicago, challenging the constitutionality of the city’s ban on handguns."

"'The brief really is aimed more at the center left of the court, because I believe we've got the political right of the court on our side based on the Heller decision,' said Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation. 'I think our brief at minimum will make some of the liberals a little uncomfortable, because, while they may not be for guns, they're for rights -- and what we're looking to do is really expand the Bill of Rights in general in its interpretation as it's applied to the states.'" ...
 

OK: Jett Signs Gun Ban Challenge
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"State Rep. Shane Jett's signature will join that of numerous state lawmakers around the country on a brief that will be submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court for an upcoming case challenging state and local bans of the right to keep and bear firearms."

"McDonald v. Chicago challenges the constitutionality of the Chicago gun ban and will soon be heard by the Supreme Court. ..."

"'Gun bans are a clear infringement on our Second Amendment rights,' Jett ... said. 'While the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the District of Columbia's ban, they have yet to strike down state gun bans. This is the court's chance and the NRA is filing this brief to help the justices remove these restrictions ..." ...
 

Congress urged to sign brief in gun rights case
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"As a critical Second Amendment case goes before the United States Supreme Court, U.S. Sens. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, Jon Tester, D-Mont., and U.S. Reps. Mike Ross D-Ark., and Mark Souder, R-Ind., are gathering signatures for an amicus curiae ... brief by members of Congress."

"The case is McDonald v. City of Chicago, and it will answer the question of whether the Second Amendment applies to the states — as the Congress clearly intended in the 1860s, when it adopted the Fourteenth Amendment to protect constitutional rights against abuse by state and local governments. This brief is an opportunity for today's Congress to show just as clearly that it respects the Second Amendment's importance to all Americans ..." ...
 

Gun Violence Prevention Organizations Call on President Obama to Use Executive Authority to Ban Import of Armor-Piercing Pistol Used in Fort Hood Attack
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"In a letter sent today to the White House, America's six national gun violence prevention (GVP) organizations ... as well as 21 state and regional GVP groups strongly urged President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to ban the import into the U.S. of the FN Herstal Five-seveN armor-piercing semiautomatic pistol. ... A Five-seveN was used in the Fort Hood attack earlier this month that left 13 dead and 34 wounded. The Belgian-made weapon, widely available on the U.S. civilian market, is also a favorite of Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs), who refer to it as the 'mata policia,' or 'cop killer.'" ...
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KABA Note: They can call it 'Jack the Giant Killer', but the fact remains there is not a single documented case of a US cop being killed by this weapon.
 

CNN goes after Oath Keepers
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"CNN has jumped on the Oath Keepers-smearing bandwagon:"
"An anti-Obama group is recruiting members from the military and law enforcement. CNN's Jim Acosta reports."
"That's quite an assumption there. Both in their characterization of the group and in what they say Acosta is doing."

"Their purpose is not to be anti-Obama. It is to uphold their oath to the Constitution. When Obama upholds his, Oath Keepers will be behind him."

"Founder Stewart Rhodes gets some on-camera face time, and naturally the subject of guns comes up."

"Acosta seems incredulous when he asks Rhodes who is talking about taking guns away."

"The administration and their congressional allies are talking about it, and what's more, they are doing things ..." ...
 

CNN Propaganda Segment on Oath Keepers Demonizes Fall of the Republic
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"In a CNN segment airing today, Jim Acosta assures us there are no FEMA detention camps and Obama will not take away the guns of law-abiding Americans."

"CNN continues its well-oiled propaganda campaign against the patriot movement with a segment on the Oath Keepers. CNN's Jim Acosta profiles the organization's founder, Stewart Rhodes, nearly a month after MSNBC attack dog Chris Matthews had him on his show and attempted to portray the Oath Keepers as a radical organization of crazed radicals that poses a threat to the nation."

"Acosta is somewhat more gentle in his presentation, but the message is analogous to the one presented by Matthews — Rhodes and the Oath Keepers are dangerous, particularly in regard to U.S. military personnel ..." ...
 

MO: Police: BFM Market employee kills would-be robber (video available)
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An employee at an East St. Louis business opened fire and killed one of two would-be robbers.

Police said the employee was inside the BFM Market in the 1000 block of Bond Avenue around 4:00 a.m. when two men pried open a front door and broke into the business. The employee shot one of the suspects in the chest.

Police said someone, possibly the second suspect, took the injured suspect to an East St. Louis hospital where he died.

Officers continue to search for the second suspect.

Investigators were interviewing the employee who was on duty at the time to determine if there may be others involved.
 

WV: Robbery Thwarted By Shots
Submitted by: Foo Bar

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"Two men attempted to Rob Gifford's gas station in Reader Sunday night, but all they got away with were some ventilation holes in their getaway vehicle."

"... Gifford got the phone and when he turned around, the man was holding an knife and a second man wearing a ski mask was in his house holding a pistol."

"The unmasked man asked for money and drugs; Gifford complied." ...

"The duo led Gifford back to the store where they wanted more money and items. ... What the perpetrators didn't know was that the store owner had a loaded pistol ready on top of the safe."

"'When they saw the gun, I was going to shoot them, but the safety was on,' said Gifford. 'When I finally got it off they had run out of the building.'" ...
 

It's time to eradicate VD (Victim Disarmament) on miltary bases
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"There has been a close association between sexually transmitted diseases and the military for as long as the two have existed, but the focus of this article is not Venereal Disease, but a different kind of VD that has shocked the military community and the nation. The VD which currently plagues the military and puts our soldiers at grave risk is the policy of Victim Disarmament which has been increasingly prevalent even as laws in the civilian world have been moving in the opposite direction."

"While some have pointed to regulation changes during the Clinton administration as the turning point, VD on military bases has been the trend since at least the 1960's and to a lesser extent even before that. ..." ...
 

Somali pirates attack Maersk Alabama again, defeated by armed security
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"Yesterday, Somali pirates attacked the commercial cargo ship Maersk Alabama. This time, however, an armed security team successfully thwarted the attackers." ...

"The U.N.'s Maritime Safety Committee says members should 'strongly discourage the carrying and use of firearms by seafarers for personal protection or for the protection of a ship.' The concern is that bringing guns aboard ship will encourage violence."

"Curious, since the result of this 'violence' was dead pirates and a failed hijacking. Meanwhile, the New York Times documented that unarmed ships (safest according to the UN) make easier prey for Somali pirates." ...
 

Battling pirates on the high seas
Submitted by: Daniel White
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The Maersk Alabama was once again attacked by pirates yesterday. This is the same U.S. ship that was hijacked by pirates this past April. After that attack, they took the ship's captain, Richard Phillips, hostage and held him for five days in a lifeboat. The ordeal ended after U.S. Navy SEALS shot and killed 3 of those pirates during a dramatic nighttime rescue." ...
 

American ships buck trend, sail armed
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Only hours ago Somali pirates attacked the USS Marsk Alabama in International waters. But unlike last April, when the ship was taken captive, this time the US flagged ship 'responded with small-arms fire, long-range acoustical devices painful to the human ear and evasive maneuvers to thwart the attack.'"

"The US Navy's 5th Fleet nearly immediately issued a statement commending the crew of the Marsk Alabama for 'following maritime industry's best-practices . . . to prevent being successfully attacked by pirates." Vice Admiral Bill Gortney, commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command added that"
"'this is a great example of how merchant mariners can take pro-active action to prevent being attacked ...'" ...
 

MS: Retrial ordered in officer's killing
Submitted by: Larry

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"The state Court of Appeals ordered a new trial Tuesday for Cory Maye, convicted of shooting to death a Prentiss police officer who raided his home."

"'Thank you, Lord. I've prayed and prayed over this every night since this took place,' Maye's mother, Dorothy, said after learning of the decision."

"Maye testified he was sleeping Dec. 26, 2001, when police burst into his home. He said he shot officer Ron Jones in self-defense, but a Marion County jury in 2004 concluded he was guilty of capital murder and sentenced him to die by lethal injection." ...
 

UT: Gun proposal would defy feds
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"The federal government has no right to regulate guns made, sold and used within Utah, state lawmakers at a committee hearing decided Wednesday."

"The Legislature's Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Interim Committee advanced a bill that its sponsor, Sen. Margaret Dayton, R-Orem, calls the 'Firearms Freedom Act.' If upheld in federal courts -- a big if, considering past rulings on states' rights -- Utahns purchasing Utah-made guns would not face federal requirements such as background checks."

"'I love the idea of the firearms,' said Sen. Allen Christensen, R-North Ogden, 'and I love to swipe at the federal government on this one.'" ...
 

Police State USA
Submitted by: Larry

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"Wars come home in strange, unnerving ways – as Americans have just discovered at Fort Hood. Even before Major Nidal Malik Hasan went on his killing spree, that base, a major military embarkation point for our war zones, was already experiencing the after-effects of eight years of war and repeated tours of duty. The suicide rate at Fort Hood was soaring ... Divorce rates were on the rise, as were mental health problems, drug and alcohol use, domestic abuse (up 75% since 2001), and murders among war-zone returnees. Even violent crime in Killeen, the town that houses the base, was up 22% (though it was down, according to the New York Times, 'in towns of similar size in other parts of the country'). ..." ...
 

Obama's Homeland Security: Blame Guns for Fort Hood, Not Islamic Extremism
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"Jim Kouri in a Nov. 11 column in Mens News Daily examines how anti-Second Amendment Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's comments following the murder of 13 people at Fort Hood by an American-born Muslim, serving as U.S. Army psychiatrist, has inspired a great deal of angst from wide range of sources -- and spurred calls for her to step down." ...
 

Brotherhood of Plunder: Snapshots of America's Criminal Oligarchy
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"David Cohen, a nebbishy, balding fellow from Stoughton, Massachusetts, seemed poorly cast as a loan shark." ...

"Cohen was dispatched by a friend named Peter Marinilli to collect $9,000 from a businessman named Timothy Hills. Frustrated when his demand didn't reduce Hills to a puddle of compliant jello, Cohen -- a sergeant in the Staughton Police Department -- tried a different approach: He placed Hills under arrest, handcuffed him, and detained him until the businessman signed a promissory note to Marinilli." ...

"What Cohen seems to have forgotten is that forcing a hostage to sign a contract at gunpoint is extortion." ...
 

CA: 10-year police veteran faces felony charges
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"An Oceanside police sergeant called a 'rising star' by his supervisors was booked into jail Thursday after pleading not guilty to charges of grand theft, receiving stolen property and conspiracy."

"Sgt. Walter McWilson, 37, a 10-year department veteran, asked his office manager girlfriend to use her company's credit cards to buy gift cards, equipment for his home music studio and flat-screen TVs, one of which he sold to a neighbor, Deputy District Attorney Anna Winn said in a Vista courtroom Thursday."

"Oceanside police detectives found that McWilson received about $54,000 in illegally obtained goods from the Murrieta resident, Winn said."

"He faces five years in prison if convicted of the 14 felony charges, Winn said." ...
 

NJ: Calls for penalty, cites no admission of wrongdoing in Bradley Beach incident
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"Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy should face discipline as a lawyer in part because he never accepted responsibility for his actions during a 2006 scuffle with Bradley Beach police and he tried to throw his political weight around when he was arrested, a state attorney ethics panel says in a brief."

"'There is nothing in the record to suggest that (Healy) has admitted any wrongdoing or accepted responsibility for his actions,' states the 11-page brief sent by the Office of Attorney Ethics to the state Disciplinary Review Board." ...
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Submitter's Note: Mayor Healy is another illustrious member of Mayors Against All Guns.
 

NJ: Cop shoots self in hand in Weehawken mishap
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"A Weehawken police officer accidentally shot himself in the hand yesterday morning at police headquarters and underwent surgery last night." ...

"DeBari had taken the magazine from the gun and was taking the bullet from the chamber when the gun went off, his wife, Gladys DeBari, said. Her husband told her that he never touched the trigger, she said."

"'He's in a lot of pain,' his wife said. 'He said he's glad no one else was in the room when the gun went off.'"

"DeBari, a 12-year veteran of the force, was alone in an administrative office at police headquarters when the accident occurred, said Weehawken Director of Public Safety Jeff Welz." ...
 

CA: Open Carry in the Bay Area (Video)
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"Writes Michael V: 'A co-worker of mine out here in the Bay Area is getting some coverage. The one thing that blows me away was that they didn’t edit out his comment that the 'police have no duty or legal requirement’ to protect us.'"
 

FL: As More Carry Guns, State Makes It Easier
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"Whether it's a fear of increased gun control or a perceived rise in crime, the numbers show more people than ever are buying guns and getting permits to carry them. At least one area sheriff tells Channel 4's Rob Sweeting that is a good thing."

"Gun sales are so high that some ammunition is in short supply and the wait to receive a concealed-weapons permit has increased."

"Florida approved more than 90,000 permits to carry a weapon last year and already sent out 75,000 applications this year."

"Gary Belson, who owns a security company and teaches one of dozens of concealed-weapons license training classes in northeast Florida, said his business has picked up." ...
 

OH: Ohio's Popular Deer-Gun Season Opens November 30
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"Ohio's popular deer-gun season opens statewide on Monday, November 30, offering hunters a full week to harvest a whitetail. The upcoming season will again include an extra weekend of gun hunting on December 19-20, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources ..."

"Deer can be hunted with a legal muzzleloader, handgun or shotgun from one half-hour before sunrise to sunset through December 6 and December 19-20. With a pre-hunting season population estimate of 650,000 white-tailed deer, the ODNR Division of Wildlife anticipates 115,000 to 125,000 deer will be killed during the nine-day season. Approximately 420,000 hunters are expected to participate in this year's season, including many out-of-state hunters." ...
 

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