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July 20, 2004

Featured discussion is LIVE now

Our initial featured discussion between Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow and editor Walter Olson and George Mason University Professor of Law Michael Krauss is now live. Walter has now begun the discussion, with Professor Krauss responding, and they will be exchanging ideas throughout the week. The debate centers on the pros and cons of federal legislation to limit suits filed against gun manufacturers over wrongful death or injury when there is no gun malfunction, but rather when the gun is used to shoot someone in an accidental or criminal act.

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