State Self-Defense Laws Editorial Round-Up for March 29th 2012

State Self-Defense Laws Editorial Round-Up for March 29th 2012. IMG NRA-ILA

Charlotte, NC –-( NRA-ILA The Library Pack is a daily compilation of articles on Second Amendment and firearm news from the past 24-hour news cycle.

The following is a round-up of the most recent editorials related to State Self-Defense Law, Stand Your Ground and Castle Doctrine, and gun rights from across the USA as of March 29th, 2012.

EDITORIAL: Stand ground for justice
The Pottsville Republican (PA)
March 28, 2012
‘Castle doctrine’ short of ‘stand your ground’
Omaha World-Herald (NE)
March 29, 2012
Houston Lawmaker Wants to Repeal Castle Doctrine
KUHF (Houston, TX)
March 28, 2012
Utah’s ‘stand-your-ground’ law dates to 1994
The Salt Lake Tribune (UT)
March 28, 2012
Rally calls for repeal of ‘castle doctrine’ law
The Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI)
March 28, 2012
N.Y. Castle Doctrine Laws Provide Defense Against Home Intruders
The Law Offices of Mark J. Sacco (Schenectady NY)
March 29, 2012
COMMENTARY: Castle Doctrine is ‘not guilty’
The Examiner (NC)
March 28, 2012

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Chad Collins

people are stupid to repeal a law that can protect people just because of one case that has not been fully investigated not to mention the questionable situation and people involved