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dimespring.com — This is a tricky question because state laws differ so much. Compounding the problem is that most states don't even pay much attention to who inherits guns unless the heir gets into trouble. Then - if possession turns out to be illegal - he or she can get into big trouble.
janebryantquinn.com — This is a tricky question because state laws vary so much. Compounding the problem is that law enforcement doesn't pay attention to who inherits guns unless the heir gets into trouble. If it turns out that the heir owns the gun illegally, it will make his or her problems worse.
nocera.blogs.nytimes.com — After my column on Tuesday about a week's toll of gun violence, a number of readers suggested that I continue to publish examples of gun deaths that resulted from accidental shootings, momentary rage, a feud with a neighbor, a drive-by shooting-and all the other reasons American kill each other with guns.
nytimes.com — I JUST noticed something strange on Wikipedia. It appears that gradually, over time, editors have begun the process of moving women, one by one, alphabetically, from the "American Novelists" category to the "American Women Novelists" subcategory. So far, female authors whose last names begin with A or B have been most affected, although many others have, too.
janebryantquinn.com — Yet another lost lawsuit should be a wake-up call to everyone who's divorced. Change the beneficiary forms on your 401(k) or IRA to remove your ex-spouse. Otherwise, your ex will become unexpectedly rich. In recent Virginia case, a couple divorced and the husband signed a waiver, agreeing not to exert his legal rights against his wife's 401(k).
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