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Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 3: Clemency: A Constitutional Power Moves into the Future
Mark V. Holden
Paul J. Larkin, Jr.
Zachary J. Freese
Requiring the Bare Minimum: A Legislative Proposal for Congress to Use Dole Funding Incentives to Establish a Minimum Education and Training Requirement for Citizens Who Wish to Carry Concealed Firearms