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Money & Politics: Gun bill died without shots fired
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Recently this column discussed various efforts to toughen state gun laws, including a bill proposed by state Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, to impose a mandatory three-year minimum sentence for felony firearms offenses. Darling announced in August 2013 that she was having the bill drafted. But it was never introduced, despite public expressions of support from Gov.

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