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Under the gun

Your hometown can be the key to a concealed-weapon license, and some say that's not fair

By Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / May 29, 2008

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Gun owners are complaining that local police chiefs have too much leeway in considering applications for the state's concealed weapons license, creating a frustrating patchwork of gun regulations that vary from town to town. (Full article: 1307 words)

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