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NRA Invites Women to Share Fun of Firearms

July 1, 2001
The NRA's women-only charity shoots and instructional clinics are already well underway this year, and NRA's Women On Target program has now set its 2001 hunting schedule as well. The program, designed to make hunting and the shooting sports mroe accessible to women, includes more than 60 events natinwide. In all events, the emphasis is on safety, fun and making women feel welcome and comfortable.

Supreme Court Rules Thermal Imaging Is a Search

June 1, 2001
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that thermal imaging to record the amount of heat emanating from a house, a police practice to help detect illegal drugs, represents a search covered by constitutional privacy protections.

Cellphones Drowning Police Radio Signals

June 1, 2001
s the number of wireless subscribers increases, interference will become even more common, according to Ron Haraseth of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials.
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