Should Congress renew the ban on assault weapons? NO

Craig, Larry
February 2004
New York Times Upfront;2/2/2004, Vol. 136 Issue 8, p20
Opposes the renewal of the 1994 ban on assault weapons by the U.S. Congress. Question that the Congress need to decide about renewing the assault-weapons ban; Reasons for the failure of the ban to prevent crime; Other effects of the ban.


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