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Times Of Trenton Editorial Board: “We Don’t Need Gun-Toting People Protecting Us At Church”

NJ.com: A Republican assemblyman believes you’ll feel safer if the worshiper in the next pew is carrying a concealed weapon. Ronald Dancer is sponsoring a measure that would allow churches, synagogues and mosques to select what he calls a “qualified person” to bring a concealed handgun into services. What could possibly go wrong? The lawmaker, whose […]
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