City Bar Renews Call for Gun Restrictions

, New York Law Journal


The president of the New York City Bar, Carey Dunne, called yesterday for the Newtown, Conn., elementary school shootings to prompt renewed efforts to impose restrictions on gun sales and possession.

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  • James

    With all due respect Mr. President, that is a typical, old school knee jerk reaction to a very sad and tragic incident that has less to do with any attempt to "reasonably" regulate a Constitutional right than addressing the sorry state of our mental health services availability and reliability.

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