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Josh Sugarmann: Florida Teen Jordan Davis One of At Least 32 Youth Killed by Concealed Carry Killers

The deadly shooting of Jordan Davis, 17, by Michael Dunn, 45, at a Florida gas station last week in a dispute over loud music is...
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Josh Sugarmann: Florida Teen Jordan Davis One of at Least 32 Youth Killed by Concealed Carry Killers

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog

Across America, lax concealed carry laws arm and embolden too many shooters who react to slight provocations with deadly force. The result is an untold number of innocent lives lost, families decimated and communities shaken.

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