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- George Lyon, Jr. Attorney with Arsenal Attorneys; A plaintiff in the Palmer v. District of Columbia and District of Columbia v. Heller cases.
- Joshua Horwitz Executive Director, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence; @JoshuaMHorwitz
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