Can't bear it

Sullum, Jacob
October 1998
Reason;Oct98, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p17
Focuses on the introduction of right-to-carry laws for gun owners in the United States. Information on the Concealed Weapons Prohibition Act; Sponsor of the bill; Implication of the the liberal permit laws; Comments from Senator Carol Moseley-Braun.


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