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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Just a mere 3 hours in Rochester had a double shooting. One fatal. Gee I feel SAFEr already!
  2. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Murder and homicide rates before and after gun bans - Crime Prevention Research Center "Every place that guns have been banned, murder rates have gone up. You cannot point to one place where it has fallen, whether it's Chicago or D.C. or even island nations such as England, Jamaica, or Ireland."
  3. Firearms in the News
    Gun Homicide Rate Down 49% Since 1993 Peak; Public Unaware | Pew Social & Demographic Trends
  4. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Good evening, I am from the city and although we have had most of this legislation already in action here, I am shocked an appalled that it passed statewide. The City bears the brunt of gun Homicides although they have had the same Strict Policies in place for decades we still have most...
  5. Firearms in the News
    Wysox, PA (WBNG Binghamton) An 18 year old man is charged with attempted homicide after shooting at six people Sunday morning in Bradford County. Around 12:30 A.M., John Boone, of Wysox, Pennsylvania, shot nine rounds from his .22 rifle at a Ford F250 filled with six men. Pennsylvania State...
  6. Firearms in the News
    What is WRONG with people???? Bradford County Man Arrested for Attempted Homicide | WBNG-TV: News, Sports and Weather Binghamton, New York | Local
  7. Firearms in the News
    Gang violence boosts death tally : Home: The Buffalo News
  8. News Feeds
    Baltimore Criminals Carry Fewer Guns: Homicide, Gunshot Injury Down Despite an increased emphasis on seizing illegal firearms, Baltimore police have taken about 25 percent fewer guns off the street this year and are making fewer gun arrests. City law enforcement officials said they were...
  9. News Feeds New Study Finds US Gun Shows Don't Increase Homicide, Suicide Rates New Study Finds US Gun Shows Don't Increase Homicide, Suicide Rates ANN ARBOR -- Gun shows don't contribute to increased homicide or suicide rates, according to results of a study announced Wednesday by the...
  10. News Feeds
    US Homicide, Suicide Best Checked by Local Background Check - Study There's nothing simple about gun control, a tangle of legal, political and public-health issues complicated by cultural preferences and regional biases. Passions run high on all sides. Lifelong hunters who grew up with...
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