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State Legislators Weigh in on Gun Debate
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"With more than four out of five states allowing law-abiding citizens to carry concealed weapons, that argument is finished. Now, the nation's long-running argument over guns turns on how much to loosen the rules -- should guns be allowed in judge's chambers? Bars? In workplace parking lots?"
 

Patriot Act: Facts emerge from the shadows
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"President Bush calls the Patriot Act an invaluable tool in the war on terror, but, until last week, little was known about where, why or how often the law has been applied." ...

"But few cases of actual abuse of the law have surfaced. No one, for example, has come forward to claim the compensation provided in the law for abuse of civil rights. One reason, critics say, is that the most invasive powers of the Patriot Act are exercised secretly, some accompanied with gag orders. That means that a librarian, for example, who discloses a request for records under the Patriot Act could be subject to criminal prosecution."
 

Dear NRA: Not with my money
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"Special-interest groups play an important role in American democracy."

"Because their focus is so narrow, their leaders pay painstakingly close attention to potential legislation or initiatives that might otherwise be overlooked in the myriad streams of information that clog one's daily life. ..."

"But ours has become a nation of people too quick to demonize others for the stands they take if they run contrary to our own beliefs."

"I think the Brady Center for the Prevention of Gun Violence is wrong on scores of gun-related issues, but that doesn't make Sarah Brady evil."

"I'll continue to fight for the Second Amendment rights of Americans. I just won't do it as a member of the NRA."
 

PA: Home owner shoots intruder
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"A Hempfield man shot an intruder who invaded his home early Saturday, state police at Greensburg said."

"The unidentified homeowner fired two warning shots before shooting Gregory R. Powell, 43, of Greensburg in the legs, police said."

"The unidentified family --- a 37-year-old male, a 33-year-old female and 5-year-old and 8-year-old girls --- were not hurt in the 3 a.m. home invasion, Trooper Jared Slater said in a press release issued 13 hours after the incident."

"Powell allegedly broke into the residence by using an iron fireplace poker and his fists to break out a pane of door glass. The family called police."
 

No Gun? Use a Spear
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"Somewhat ironically, during the time period of apartheid, whites had few restrictions on being able to get guns, large numbers were armed, and gun-related crime was relatively low. Alex Holmes, of South Africa’s Arms and Ammunition Dealers Association, says the government has to realize that 'the real problem is from 30-40,000 hardcore criminals using a small amount of illegal guns.' He added, 'Licensed guns are not used in crime at any great rate.' "

"Once again, gun control advocates are overlooking the common-sense aspect of crime, and they’re failing to acknowledge that to control crime, criminals must be controlled, not law-abiding citizens. ..."
 

PA: Man arguing self-defense gets probation for shooting
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"Hlateef Darlington, who admitted he shot a man in Easton but said he acted in self-defense, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge and was placed on probation." ...

"Jenkins said Friday he agreed to drop the more serious charges because Darlington, who had a permit to carry a handgun, said he had acted in self-defense and fired only after he was approached by Bryson and several other men."

"Bryson, Jenkins said, is under federal indictment in New York on a drug matter, and Darlington has no criminal record. Jenkins said Bryson and the people who were with him have 'very checkered pasts and violent tendencies. It would have been difficult to prove at trial that Darlington didn't act in self-defense.' "
 

FL: Deadly defense debate - Police chief, sheriff share views on guns
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"What do the area's two top cops have to say about the possibility of more women seeking to protect themselves by buying, and learning how to use, firearms?"

" 'I would never object to a law-abiding citizen exercising his or her right to carry a firearm,' Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork said, 'but I would approach it with an abundant amount of caution.' "

"Jackson Police Department Chief Rick Staples was even more blunt."

" 'There are many ways for people to learn how to defend themselves, and you don't want to see anyone live in fear,' he said. 'We all have a right to protect ourselves ... but our jails are full of women who've killed a spouse, and they were unable to prove it was self-defense.' "
 

GA: High school to pay student informants for tips on campus crime
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"A local high school is looking for a few good finks."

"Using revenue from its candy and soda sales, Model High School plans to pay up to $100 for information about thefts and drug or gun possession on campus." ...

"Under the new policy, if a student provides information about a theft on campus, the student will receive $10. A student can earn $25 or $50 for information about drug possession, and $100 for information about gun possession or other serious felonies."

"Informants will not receive the reward if they are involved in the crime, White said."
 

OR: Armed Teachers Can Save Children's Lives
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"I would suggest that we do one simple thing: Remove the restrictions that prohibit Concealed Handgun License (CHL) holders from carrying their personal firearms while on school property." ...

"What we have created in removing any and all weapons from schools and the places where large numbers of children congregate is a freefire zone for any murderer with a grudge against our most vulnerable citizens: Our children. With SB335, we are now considering extending that same freefire zone to any place children are present, further reducing the number of defenders for our most vulnerable citizens."
 

OR: Gun control senator has modest agenda
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"Facing long odds, the Legislature's leading gun-control advocate is setting her sights low in this year's session. But Ginny Burdick hopes lawmakers will at least take a new step toward keeping all guns out of schools."

"The Portland Democrat says she hopes to soon push for a vote in the Senate on a bill that would allow local school districts to prohibit holders of concealed weapons permits from taking firearms into schools." ...

"Burdick has a bit more clout this year as chairwoman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which handles all crime and court-related legislation. But that doesn't mean she thinks the local-option school gun ban bill, now in her committee, would coast through the Senate."
 

CT: After shootings, teen gun use draws scrutiny
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"Handgun buyers must be at least 21 years old in Connecticut."

"Still, several teenagers have been charged in Norwalk shootings -- generally involving handguns -- in the last five months, raising a short but apparently complex question: How are young people getting firearms?" ...

"Michael Federici said guns, like drugs, are fairly easy to acquire on the black market. Federici, who works for the Court Support Services Division at Superior Court-Juvenile Matters in Norwalk, said he doesn't know where to buy a gun illegally."

" 'But these kids know. So how does that happen?' Federici said, speaking about young people in general terms. ..."
 

KS: Sebelius hasn't decided whether to sign gun bill
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"Gov. Kathleen Sebelius hasn't decided whether she'll sign a bill sought by gun rights advocates to decrease local government regulation of firearms."

" 'I really don't know a lot about all the implications of it, and I want to understand it further before I make a decision on that bill,' Sebelius said during a Statehouse news conference Friday."

"The bill would permit people to carry unloaded firearms in vehicles, if those firearms are in closed containers. It would nullify any local ordinance prohibiting the transportation of firearms or dictating how firearms must be stored inside a person's home."
 

KS: Lawmakers seek control of gun laws
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"In two short days, the Kansas Legislature undid 144 years of legal tradition by passing a bill that cancels many local ordinances regulating firearms."

"Approved just before lawmakers took a three-week break April 1, the measure would void all local regulations on the purchase, possession, transfer of ownership, storage and transportation of a firearm other than those authorized by state law." ...

"Supporters say it is a prelude to an even bigger step next year: a law that would allow the carrying of concealed handguns."
 

MI: CCW law may change after nearly four years, at least 111,600 permits
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"It will be four years this summer since it became easier in Michigan to get a permit to carry a concealed weapon."

"Now some state lawmakers are considering changes."

"Some gun rights advocates want lawmakers to allow concealed weapons in public areas, such as schools, hospitals and churches, where firearms mostly are banned. Other possible changes include moving the permitting and application process from the counties to the Secretary of State's office and allowing permits to be renewed without turning in new fingerprints."
 

NJ: Have an illegal gun, lose your building
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"If passed into law, a bill sponsored by Assemblyman Louis Manzo (D-31st Dist.) would impose the same strict penalties on people caught with illegal guns as those possessing illegal drugs."

"The bill would authorize the forfeiture of any motor vehicle, building, or premise in which a firearm was unlawfully possessed." ...

"Under current law, forfeiture actions are limited to contraband and property used to further unlawful activity."
 

CA: Too young for a gun (Letter)
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"...I went outside to water some of my plants and saw a yellow box on the ground where the boy had been sitting. I picked it up and the box was labeled 'KWC Air Hobby Gun - BB Pellets CAL. 6MM - 100 pieces.' (I have the box.)"

"I am assuming that the cardboard box contained the gun that the BB pellets were intended for. This child is far too young to be provided with this type of firearm and ammunition. He will be shooting birds, which I feed, the neighborhood cats, squirrels or other targets in the area. I also assume the child lives in the neighborhood and goes to one of our local schools. His parents should be called to task for encouraging this kind of violence at such a young age. ..."
 

OH: Advocate gets court date to challenge city's gun law
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"Bruce Beatty got just what he wanted yesterday - a court date."

"The Luckey, Ohio, resident held a party in Ottawa Park to challenge Toledo's prohibition on concealed weapons in parks." ...

"Mr. Beatty contends that Toledo's prohibition violates Ohio's concealed-carry law, which went into effect April 8, 2004. The state law specifically prohibits concealed weapons from schools, government buildings, and places of worship, but does not mention parks."

 

IL: Special Firearm Deer Hunt at Baldwin Lake
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"As part of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources deer population management program adjacent to Baldwin Lake in southwest Illinois, a special firearm hunt for antlerless deer will be conducted this fall at the Baldwin Lake Rest Area, part of the Kaskaskia River State Fish and Wildlife Area."

"Firearm deer hunters interested in this opportunity should apply for a permit using the 2005 Illinois firearm deer permit application, specifying the Kaskaskia River SFWA as their preferred special hunt area for the first (Nov. 18-20) or second (Dec. 1-4) firearm season. There will be 26 permits issued for each of the two seasons. ..."
 

New Zealand: Act leader's gun picture raises eyebrows
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"A man, who did not wish to be named, contacted an Auckland newspaper this week after encountering Mr Hide at the 16th Annual Gun Fair, held in Henderson, West Auckland, last weekend."

"Pictures are forbidden at the gun show, but Mr Hide was more than happy to pose with the man's Vietnam War-era AK47." ...

"The Chinese-built weapon is capable of firing 10 rounds a second. However, it is illegal to fire a fully-automatic weapon in New Zealand, so the man uses it - in semi-automatic mode - to shoot goats." ...

"But the picture upset Peace Foundation member and gun control activist Marion Hancock."

"It is very disturbing to see a public figure show glee at the handling of a weapon when it is able to cause such damage."

 

OH: Gun law marks its first year
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"Friday was the first anniversary of the Ohio concealed handgun law, marking the end of a year that was significant because of two things that didn't happen."

"Ohio didn't return to Wild West shootout days as feared by some, and fewer people applied for licenses than proponents of the law had expected."
 

UK: Anti-gun campaigner charged with theft
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"Maureen Lynch, 55, of Park Street, will appear at Tower Bridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with theft."

"Lynch, the former treasurer of a national anti-gun crime organisation, has been charged with stealing funds donated to the group."

"She is a former officer of Mothers Against Guns, which lobbies for tougher sentences for those convicted of firearms offences." ...

"Mothers Against Guns was set up by Lucy Cope in 2002, following the death of her son Damian, and is funded by grants and donations, including money from the Home Office."
 

OH: Attorney General Jim Petro to be keynote speaker for OFCC's Party in the Park II
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"Ohioans For Concealed Carry is pleased to announce that Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro will serve as keynote speaker at OFCC Party in the Park II on July 30, 2005."

"Mr. Petro has spent the past year administrating Ohio's concealed handgun license law, negotiating reciprocity agreements and, when necessary, issuing legal opinions and defending the law in court."
 

UK: Armed raid foiled by Flying Squad
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"An armed raid on a London jewellers has been foiled by officers from the Met's Flying Squad."

"Two men tried to rob Ernest Jones jewellers in George Street, Richmond, south-west London on Saturday morning."

"One raider threatened staff with a handgun while his accomplice waited on a motorbike."

"But Flying Squad officers, who had been lying in wait, bravely tackled both men and arrested a third nearby."
 

MI: Residents share gun concerns with DNR
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"Over 40 residents gathered Thursday evening to tell state regulators how they feel about firearms being discharged in residential areas of Delta Township."

"The hearing was conducted by Sergeant Cherie Beckhorn of the Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division, Recreation Enforcement and Education Section." ...

"A number of residents spoke of fear for their children's safety. Among them was Mary Brown who said, 'With so much open land in the state, it seems this much land could be reserved to raise children.' "
 

Camouflage your gun or lose a gobbler
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"Many of you have shared the problem of camouflaging a turkey gun. A recent e-mail seems to solve the problem. No more bothersome tapes and gun stockings. Ken and Dana Moore of K&D Gunsmithing in Hawkinsville have a unique system of camouflaging any rifle or shotgun. The end result is the finish of your choice which will not rust and only needs an occasional wiping down with a damp cloth. You may secure more information from their web site at www.kdgunsmithing.com."
 

TN: Knox third grader honored for firearm safety
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"A third grader was honored Friday for knowing what to do when he found a security guard's loaded gun in a bathroom at a TVA credit union"

"Billy Thornton was awarded for remembering the firearm safety rules."

"After finding the gun in March, Billy told his father rather than picking it up."

"The Knox County Sheriff's Office is using Billy and its mascot Eddie Eagle to teach other students about gun safety."
 

TX: Texas can't bar Net game hunt
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"The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has moved to ban Internet hunting for Texas game animals, but it won't stop San Antonio-based Live-Shot.com from staging the remote-control stalking of a black buck planned for this weekend."

"Commissioners this week unanimously adopted a regulation that bans the hunting of native wildlife by remote control. It ordered that a person must be physically present and controlling the firearm for game animals and birds. But they were powerless to stop the practice for exotic game, including the black buck, an import from India, officials said."
 

Australia: Teenage girls charged after siege
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"Two teenage girls have been charged with firearm offences after a siege in central western NSW."

"Police said they were called to a Baker Street, Spring Hill, home about 3pm (AEST) on Friday after reports that a number of shots had been fired."

"Barriers were set up around the home and police negotiators were sent to the scene."
 

NE: Concealed weapons shootout coming
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Nebraska lawmakers had better hunker down for a gunfight. The Legislature's Revenue Committee voted 6-2 Thursday to advance a proposal, Legislative Bill 454, to legalize carrying concealed weapons in Nebraska. The bill, introduced by State Sen. Jeanne Combs of Friend, would allow Nebraskans to carry concealed handguns if they obtained training and a permit and passed a background check.
 

VA: Officers charged with corruption -- Indictments say they traded favors with a strip-club manager
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"Two city police officers have been indicted on federal corruption charges that accuse them of taking bribes from a strip-club manager who gave them money and provided women for sex."

"At one point, the indictment alleges, one of the officers, the manager and another man performed sexual acts with a blindfolded woman at the man's residence."

"Charlottesville police officers Charles Saunders, 46, and Roy Fitzgerald, 45, overlooked illegal activity at the now-closed Maxx's Nightclub, according to indictments issued Thursday by a federal grand jury sitting in Roanoke."
 

CA: A and A Shooters sweep Junior Division at Angels Gun Club
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"The True Sportsman Club A and A Shooters attended their first competition of the year on Saturday, April 2 at the Angels Gun Club in Angels Camp. Other Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) teams from Sacramento, Stockton, Auburn, Pleasanton/Livermore and Calaveras County area participated along with 62 A and A Shooters from Amador County."

"There were 32 squads of five shooters each who took their turns at breaking 100 targets on the trap fields beginning at 10 a.m. and culminating in the awards ceremony at 6 p.m."
 

NC: Gun control push renewed
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"A United Methodist missions executive has renewed his denomination's call for greater gun control after 10 people were killed in a shooting incident in Red Lake, Minn., on March 21."

"The Rev. R. Randy Day, general secretary of the Methodists' General Board of Global Ministries, urged fellow Methodists -- including President Bush -- and other Christians to work to reduce gun violence."
 

World Cup USA kicks off May 6
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"Hundreds of world-class shooters from more than 60 countries will start arriving on post May 6 as the International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup USA kicks off. The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit will host the World Cup USA May 6 to 15 and the competition will be conducted by USA Shooting, the U.S. Olympic governing body for the Olympic shooting sports and those governed by the ISSF."
 

FL: Orange County deputy uses stun gun on high schooler
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"An Orange County deputy sheriff used a Taser on another high-school student this week as a debate continued on whether stun guns belong in schools."

"It was the seventh Taser incident at Colonial High during the past two years and the 18th in Orange County schools during that time. All involved deputy sheriffs."
 

UK: Campaign to free jailed teacher
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"A campaign has been launched to free a teacher who was jailed for firing a pellet gun at a group of youths she claimed had vandalised her house." ...

"Supporters staged a demonstration outside Styal Prison on Sunday, where she is serving a six-month sentence."

"The group aims to collect at least 10,000 signatures to present to Home Secretary Charles Clarke."
 

WI: Lowering hunting age safe for kids, families
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"Youth/mentor hunting is one of the only remaining pastimes that keeps children in touch with the natural world, conservation and family. It is proven that the supervised youth hunting experience is exponentially safer than competitive sports, and it can be argued hunting is much more redeeming for its ethics, family bonding and educational value."

"Today, our state replaces every 100 hunters that leave the sport with only 53 hunters (mostly youth hunters). It is crucial for the future of hunting and conservation that Wisconsin lower the legal hunting age for youth accompanied by an adult from 12 to 10."
 

NY: Federal law does not retroactively protect gun records from disclosure
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"Federal officials must respond to a subpoena and release gun-tracing data to New York City even though a provision in a recently enacted appropriations bill might protect such information in the future, a federal trial court in New York ruled April 1. The ruling is the latest in a labyrinth of legal moves in the city's lawsuit against gun manufacturers and distributors."

"The city sued gun manufacturers and distributors in 2002 for alleged negligence in diverting guns into illegal markets catering to juveniles and criminals. City officials subpoenaed records -- including firearms tracing data -- from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in April 2004. The city hoped that tracing a gun's chain of possession from its use in a crime to its initial purchase from a gun manufacturer or distributor would shed light on gun trafficking, according to court records."

 

FL: Retreat from NRA's force
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"This fight already is lost, because the governor says he will sign the bill into law. But it is not too late to ask a few questions. Why did most Democrats cave to the notion that it is bad politics to fight the gun lobby when this bill creates opportunities for more violence, not less? Why did sheriffs and prosecutors lose their voices? Why didn't other police chiefs raise concerns like St. Petersburg's Chuck Harmon did after the bill passed?"

"This legislation was not needed. Current law clearly gives citizens the right to defend themselves in their own home and to respond to danger elsewhere with deadly force if nothing else works. But now we will all feel free to fight rather than retreat when we feel threatened. Too bad that doctrine will apply only in the streets and not in the Florida Legislature."
 

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