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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.   Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.
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Date:01/23/2007
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.   Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.
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Date:01/23/2007
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.   Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.
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Date:01/23/2007
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.   Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.   Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition’s (MAIG) first National Summit today in Washington, DC, attended by over 50 mayors from around the country. The bi-partisan coalition met to discuss the issue of illegal guns plaguing American cities. Building on the Statement of Principles developed at the Summit held in April 2006 in NYC, the mayors discussed the importance of gun trace data, joint lobbying against harmful federal legislation, cutting-edge policing strategies, and the unique initiatives being undertaken by mayors across the country on this issue.
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Date:01/23/2007
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