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'Morning Edition' Returns: The Right Not to Bear Arms

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'Morning Edition' Returns: The Right Not to Bear Arms

'Morning Edition' Returns: The Right Not to Bear Arms

'Morning Edition' Returns: The Right Not to Bear Arms

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The city council of Geuda Springs, Kan., passes an ordinance requiring most households to have guns and ammunition. Exceptions are made for the poor, the physically or mentally disabled and conscientious objectors.

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