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Posted on January 13, 2011
A bill introduced in the Nebraska Legislature would make it easier to use deadly force in self defense cases.
State Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial introduced the bill Wednesday, and it mimics other states' measures, dubbed "stand your ground" laws by supporters.
Read Original at: The Associated Press
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