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More African-Americans Support Carrying Legal Guns For Self-Defense

by WOA Admin April 02, 2015

When James Craig was a young man in the 1970s, he says law-abiding people wouldn't dream of carrying guns. But then he left town to pursue a career in policing. In the years he was gone, Michigan liberalized its gun laws, making it easier for people to get concealed-carry permits.When he came back to become Detroit's police chief in 2013, he found a whole new reality."You would have thought, given the dynamic of people who carry weapons, that we were maybe in Texas," he says. "But in fact, we were in Detroit, Michigan!"


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