Anna Clark

Journalist, author

Journalist and author of the new book "The Poisoned City: Flint's Water Crisis and the American Urban Tragedy"

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The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

Should you be able to 3D-print your own gun?

The Constitution says yes, but common sense says no — says the lawyer representing the 3D-printed gun blueprint maker

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