Despite Killings of Officers, Police Groups Divided On Guns

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Police officers, on the front lines of gun violence, have particular reason to be on edge in the presence of civilians carrying guns, after 11 days in which eight officers were killed in two planned shootings. Yet law enforcement officials are not reflexively in favor of tougher gun laws, The Guardian reports. Although police chiefs and major city forces tend to favor . . .

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