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The New York Times And Everytown: Ban The Open Carry Of Firearms

John Feinblatt of Everytown: When militia members and white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, Va., last Saturday with Nazi flags and racist placards, many of them also carried firearms openly, including semiautomatic weapons. They came to intimidate and terrify protesters and the police. If you read reports of the physical attacks they abetted, apparently their plan […]
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