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News Opinion Readers Respond

Do tougher gun laws lead to less crime? [Letter]

Regarding your editorial on crime and state gun laws, the Bloomberg School of Public Health apparently can pump out boilerplate studies to support any item on the liberal Democratic agenda ("Gun control works," Feb. 19).

Surely we can count on The Sun to report back in a couple of years after Maryland's new restrictions on firearms purchases have had a chance to demonstrate a dramatic reduction in gun deaths.

Dave Reich, Perry Hall

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