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Does “Right to Carry” mean more crime?

So-called “right-to-carry” gun laws are associated with higher rates of aggravated assault, rape, robbery and murder, according to a recently released Stanford University and Johns Hopkins University study. For decades, gun rights supporters…
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New Senate Gun-Control Fight Likely In Debate On Sportsmen Law

Fifteen months since gun legislation stalled on Capitol Hill, the Senate is on the verge of a new fight over whether to expand gun rights. The Washington Post calls it "an unanticipated development at a moment of already high tension in the…