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Mayor's plan on guns appears to miss mark

Little impact seen for taking licenses

Tonya David (left) and Clementina Chery shared a moment during speeches at Boston's Peace Weekend press conference last year. David's daughter was confined to a wheelchair after being struck by an errant bullet. Tonya David (left) and Clementina Chery shared a moment during speeches at Boston's Peace Weekend press conference last year. David's daughter was confined to a wheelchair after being struck by an errant bullet. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF/file 2006)
By Michael Naughton and Hailey Heinz
Globe Correspondents / April 23, 2007

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With gun violence in Boston up sharply in recent years, one of Mayor Thomas M. Menino's top legislative priorities this year would strip convicted gun offenders of their right to drive for up to five years. (Full article: 1327 words)

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