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10 de Enero de 2011

Jeff Biggers: Arizona se enfrenta a una “combinación letal” de “un discurso lleno de odio” y “un acceso fácil y peligroso a las armas de fuego"

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“Arizona es un estado repleto de armas de fuego”, afirma el periodista Jeff Biggers que trabaja en Tucson. “Creo que vemos una gran diferencia entre el derecho a poseer un arma para ir de caza o para defensa propia y el derecho de personas con problemas mentales a comprar armas de fuego semiautomáticas sin ningún tipo de registro ni regulación”. Hablamos con Biggers de la legislación sobre armas de fuego en Arizona.

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