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Feds seek to keep assault rifle parts seized from gun-maker
By By DAVE COLLINS HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Federal authorities are seeking to keep a third of the nearly 300 assault rifle parts they seized from a Connecticut gun-maker that prosecutors allege broke federal firearm regulations.

5 things to know about Bill Clinton's paid speeches
By By LISA LERER and STEPHEN BRAUNWASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department gave speedy, near-blanket approval to hundreds of lucrative appearances by former President Bill Clinton during Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. Five things to know about a review of records on this matter by The Associated Press: BIG PROFITS, LIMITED VETTING

Man held in deaths of Mississippi officers had criminal past
By By JEFF AMY and JAY REEVES HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Marvin Banks had already done two stints in state prison and faced an unserved indictment on drug charges when a Hattiesburg police officer pulled his girlfriend over for speeding just after sundown Saturday.

Ohio House OKs resolution asserting Wright brothers' flight
By By JULIE CARR SMYTHCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio House has approved a resolution repudiating Connecticut's claim that another aviator beat the Wright brothers as first in flight. The chamber voted unanimously in favor of the measure Tuesday. It moves next to the Ohio Senate.

94-year-old man finishes college after starting 75 years ago
By The Associated PressMORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A 94-year-old man will be one of the oldest graduates in the history of West Virginia University when he receives his diploma Sunday. The school says in a press release that Anthony Brutto, who studied on and off for 75 years, will be awarded his Regents Bachelor of Arts degree during commencement.

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 Documents
  • NAACP v. Accusport, Inc., Dismissal Order Pt. 1 [PDF] (July 21, 2003)
  • NAACP v. Accusport, Inc., Dismissal Order Pt. 2 [PDF] (July 21, 2003)
  • NAACP v. Accusport, Inc., Dismissal Order Pt. 3 [PDF] (July 21, 2003)
  • NAACP v. Accusport, Inc., Dismissal Order Pt. 4 [PDF] (July 21, 2003)
  • Opinion (Ohio ban on concealed weapons unconstitutional) (Klein v. Leis) (April 10, 2002)
  • City of Chicago
  • National Shooting Sports Foundation v. Cuomo [Northern District of Georgia]
  • Ganim v. Smith & Wesson, Inc. [PDF]
  • City of Chicago v. Beretta U.S.A. Corp. [PDF]
  • City of Cincinnati v. Beretta U.S.A. Corp. [PDF]
  • White v. Hi-Point Firearms [PDF]
  • Archer v. Arms Technology, Inc. [PDF]
  • Table of Authorities in US vs. Emerson [PDF]
  • US vs. Timothy Joe Emerson Criminal Action No. 6:98-CR-103-C [PDF]
  • US vs. Timothy Joe Emerson Criminal Action No. 6:98-CR-103-C [PDF]
  • US vs. Timothy Joe Emerson Criminal Action No. 6:98-CR-103-C [PDF]
  • Marilyn Merrill vs. Navegar, Inc. [PDF]
  • Penelas v. Arms Technology, Inc. [PDF]
  • NAACP complaint [PDF]
  • People of the State of California v. Arcadia Machine & Tool, Inc. [PDF]
  • City of St. Louis v. Cernicek [PDF]
  • McNamara v. Arms Technology, Inc. [PDF]
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     Web Sites
  • GunCite
  • Gun Control Network
  • Mothers Against Guns
  • National Rifle Association
  • The ACLU on Gun Control
  • The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
  • Violence Policy Center
  • Women Against Gun Control
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