After Columbine

Olinger, David
July 2000
IRE Journal;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p18
Offers a look on the investigation of private gun sales in Colorado. Information on the Columbine High School violence; Status of Colorado bills governing gun show sales; Action taken by Denver Mayor Wellington Webb on the increasing incidence of sales of used guns.


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