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Gun Permits Surge, But Not Gun Violence

Friday, March 22, 2002

An average of 88 people a day have gained licenses to carry concealed firearms in Michigan since the law was relaxed July 1. And law enforcement officials say the law has caused no surge in gun violence, mishaps or vigilante justice.

Read Original at: The Detroit News

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