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    Colorado: City's plan to sell guns makes sense In the midst of a worsening budget crisis, Vice Mayor Larry Small has been pushing a sensible idea. He wants city government to enter the gun business, which is among the handful of industries making solid profits in this economic downturn. All but...
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    Pittsburgh: City's plan to ban guns has NRA up in arms A weapons plank in a raft of G-20 Summit legislation moving through Pittsburgh City Council drew fire from gun rights advocates. The proposed ordinance would allow police to cite people for carrying a variety of items, from rotten eggs to...
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    Pennsylvannia: NRA fires back against city's lost, stolen gun law The National Rifle Association went to court Friday to overturn a Pittsburgh ordinance that penalizes gun owners who fail to report lost or stolen firearms. http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/InTheNews.aspx?ID=12415
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    New Jersey: High court to consider Jersey City's gun control law The state Supreme Court will tackle the always controversial issue of gun control today when it considers whether cities and towns can enact their own laws limiting the sale of firearms...
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    The failure of New York City's gun maker lawsuit Nine years ago, when Rudy Giuliani was mayor, New York City politicians and bureaucrats grew frustrated that their gun control laws were being bypassed by New Yorkers going out of state to buy firearms. If the nation as a whole couldn't be...
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    Gunpolicy.org: State Court Denies Jersey City's 'Max One Handgun a Month' Proposal State Court Denies Jersey City's 'Max One Handgun a Month' Proposal JERSEY CITY, New Jersey -- A state appeals court handed another defeat to Jersey City's handgun purchase limit Monday, and city officials...
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    Gunpolicy.org: Mayor of Chicago 'Fights Tooth and Nail' to Keep City's 1982 Handgun Ban Mayor of Chicago 'Fights Tooth and Nail' to Keep City's 1982 Handgun Ban Chicago is fighting tooth and nail to keep its 1982 handgun freeze, in part to protect first-responders, even as suburbs such as...
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