Two Oklahoma police chiefs get caught in gun issue’s political crossfire

Two Oklahoma police chiefs attending a national conference on prevention of gun violence say their appearance at a Senate hearing was misinterpreted by some to mean they support a bill that would ban assault weapons.

BY JANE GLENN CANNON Published: March 2, 2013
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Two Oklahoma police chiefs who attended a national conference on gun violence prevention say they have been flooded with calls from people who mistakenly believe they support a gun ban.

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