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Bill to clarify Guam's firearms law

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Current Guam law, as written, may limit the Second Amendment right to bear arms to island residents who are U.S. citizens. One Guam lawmaker is attempting to fix the language of the law to bring the island in line with federal statutes.

Read the complete article: Pacific Daily News

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