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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Second Amendment gave us the right to bear arms at a time when those guns were of a one-shot variety. I doubt the original authors ever envisioned the evolution of modern-day weapons.

If they had, I wonder how they would have written that same amendment to modify the language. My guess is they would include the safeguards suggested by the Biden proposals and the Obama executive orders.

Robert R. Young

White Township

Indiana County

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