Dennis Henigan

Vice President for Law and Policy, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence

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Vice President for Law and Policy at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence and author of forthcoming Lethal Logic: Exploding the Myths that Paralyze American Gun Policy   

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Mexico's drug cartels are using weapons powerful enough to stop vehicles, penetrate bullet-proof vests or confront Army troops.  Ninety percent of the weapons seized by Mexican…

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