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…

US Guns to Mexican Drug Gangs

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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