Massachusetts governor signs law tightening state gun rules - Yahoo News
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Law enforcement to focus on drinking, driving violations beginning Friday - Kearney Hub: Local
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The new measure gives a police chief 90 days to petition a court to deny a firearms identification card to someone the chief believes to be unfit. "Our communities and our families are safer when irresponsible gun sales and use are reduced," Patrick said after signing the bill on Wednesday. "This legislation moves us in that direction." House lawmakers passed the measure two weeks ago, overriding objections from gun-rights advocates in the state Senate who had opposed the measure, worrying that police chiefs could abuse the authority to deny firearms to law-abiding citizens.
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St Mary's law student arrested on murder warrants | KATC.com | Acadiana-Lafayette, Louisiana
He was arrested on the St. Mary's University campus in San Antonio, where he was attending law school He was booked into the Bexar County Jail without bond awaiting extradition to Louisiana.
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