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Kennesaw, Georgia / Gun Law #522446

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 16, 1982
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(Studio) Morton Grove, Illinois, recalled as city recently passing law against ownership of handguns. Kennesaw, Georgia, reported passing law requiring ownership of guns by all heads of families. Absence of plans to enforce and penalties for violating law noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Kennesaw, Georgia) Civil War battle recalled. [Mayor Darvin PURDY - says no-gun laws rape American public of const. rts.] [Dent MEYERS - talks on telephone with regard to law.] [MAN - objects to law.] [Police chief Robert RUBLE - tells criminals to stay out of Kennesaw.]
REPORTER: Bonnie Erbe

Chancellor, John;
Erbe, Bonnie

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