`Go ahead... make my day'

Mountjoy, John J.
August 1999
State Government News;Aug99, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p19
Focuses on the friction between states and cities in the United States over liability lawsuits against gun manufacturers. Several reasons cited by cities for the filing of the lawsuit; Controversy created by Georgia's House Bill 189; Similarities between the tobacco and gun industries; Contention of gun manufacturers. INSETS: Corrections & Public Safety Teleconference series;Samples of 1999 state action.


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