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Insurance for gun owners is growing. For cops? Not so much

As noted last week, there is a growing movement within the U.S. of legally registered gun owners, especially those with concealed carry permits, to secure insurance in case they shoot someone. Complete with a hotline number to call—after notifying 911, not before—the insurance services promise  immediate legal and financial protection for a subscriber who had to "defend” themselves.
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