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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Mobilizing for gun safety in Arkansas; gun advocate Charlie Collins feels heat

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Moms Demand Action, the group working for gun safety laws, filled a room in Fayetteville last night. Events like this help explain why Republican Rep. Charlie Collins, godfather of the more-guns-on-campus-and-everywhere-else law is getting a little touchy on Twitter. Yesterday, he was called down by his Democratic opponent, Denise Garner.

Reminder: The Leding/Bond bill that Collins opposes would prevent his gun bill from allowing guns in dorm rooms (whether your roommate liked it or not.)

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