Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Gun News

Chicago: City Council scopes out changes to gun control ordinance

The Chicago City Council isn't done tinkering with gun control measures it hastily approved last summer after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a decades old handgun ban.

Gun turn-in for kids?

This was a different kind of gun buyback program. The guns being bought back from the streets weren't 9 mm handguns or Glocks. Instead, they were Nerf guns or toy pistols. And they weren't being bought with cash. This time, the currency was pizza slices, notebooks and dress shirts. The FATHERS group and Bona Pizza teamed up Monday for a buyback aimed at younger teens and preteens at the pizzeria at Bailey and Kensington avenues.

Read About It: The Buffalo News (N.Y.)

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