Gun control in North Carolina has always been a heated topic.
The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and the decision by a suburban New York City newspaper to publish the addresses of local gun permit holders gave both sides of the North Carolina gun control issue ammunition.
And, as usual, much of the battle unfolded in the state’s General Assembly, where lawmakers introduced some two dozen bills related to guns during the 2013-14 session. Of all the bills, one gained particular interest among Charlotte Observer journalists.
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