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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - William Garrett
Mr. Garrett, in effect, argues that because "militia" may have a different connotation or purpose today than when the Constitution was written, constitutional provisions should merely be dismissed.
William Garrett wrote "because there is no militia ... there is no reason for citizens to own guns, particularly because this makes U.S. citizens much more likely to die from gunshots than people in countries that do not allow gun ownership" ("Turn in your guns," Letters, yesterday).