Ma. Passes Stun-Gun Bill; Boston Chief Cautious

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A bill that would allow Massachusetts police officers to use high-voltage stun guns reached Gov. Mitt Romney’s desk yesterday, says the Boson Globe. Supporters of the device say it could help prevent fatal police shootings, such as two recent ones in Boston, but Police Commissioner Kathleen O’Toole worried about how to pay for the devices
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