LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Congratulations, Emily Miller

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I wish to congratulate Emily Miller on the success of her columns describing the barriers to getting a gun in Washington (“Emily got her gun!” Web, Feb. 8).

The results she has achieved promise to substantially reduce the burden on citizens obtaining firearms in the District. Her efforts are the equivalent of having won several lengthy court cases single-handedly.

I encourage her to immediately begin a new series, “Jane Doe gets her gun.” The public needs to see that unconstitutional barriers can be removed completely and rapidly nationwide. Thank you, Emily.

DAVE LINNEHAN

Sebastopol, Calif.

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