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November 7, 2005 | Sandy Banks, Times Staff Writer
It's hard to imagine Sayre Weaver as the California gun lobby's Public Enemy No. 1. Slight and soft-spoken, the Yale-educated attorney doesn't march or testify or legislate. She litigates. Relentlessly. With a laser-sharp focus that has delivered a series of body blows to an industry long accustomed to beating back efforts at gun control.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 2005 | Sandy Banks, Times Staff Writer
It's hard to imagine Sayre Weaver as the California gun lobby's Public Enemy No. 1. Slight and soft-spoken, the Yale-educated attorney doesn't march or testify or legislate. She litigates. Relentlessly. With a laser-sharp focus that has delivered a series of body blows to an industry long accustomed to beating back efforts at gun control.
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August 16, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state attorney general's office has concluded that West Hollywood's groundbreaking ban on so-called Saturday night specials should be overturned by the courts because it directly conflicts with California's authority to regulate firearms.
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February 16, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County has been slow to test the nation's powerful gun lobbies by passing local laws restricting firearms, the latest political technique of gun-control groups that has swept through other cities in the state. But the county's few anti-gun groups have found a new approach to promoting their cause: gun violence as a public health problem rather than a political issue.
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June 18, 1987 | RICHARD HOLGUIN, Times Staff Writer
The United Neighborhoods Organization, which began in East Los Angeles more than a decade ago and successfully tackled issues such as exorbitant auto insurance rates, has formed a southeast Los Angeles County chapter of 11 church and community groups. Christened earlier this week at St.
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January 11, 2005 | Henry Weinstein, Times Staff Writer
The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for victims of the 1999 shooting rampage by white supremacist Buford O. Furrow Jr. to sue the companies that made his guns. Without comment, the justices let stand a decision by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that said the mother of a Los Angeles letter carrier killed by Furrow and the families of several children wounded by him could sue Glock Inc. and China North Industries, the gun manufacturers.
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