Bill clears way for stun guns in N.J.


Officials want N.J. officers to carry stun guns

By Tom Baldwin
The Courier-Post

TRENTON, N.J. — State, county and municipal police, as well as corrections officers, may have stun gun-type weaponry under a bill that won approval today in a state Senate committee.

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