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Floridians support self-defense law

Monday, July 16, 2012

Nearly 65 percent say the 2005 law -- which allows people who believe they are in grave danger to use deadly force to defend themselves -- does not need to be changed.

Read the article: The Bradenton Herald (Fla.)

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