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President George W. Bush"If you use a gun illegally, you will do hard time."
— President George W. Bush
Attorney General John Ashcroft"In addition to prosecuting gun crime in order to take those who commit it off the streets, Project Safe Neighborhoods is working to prevent gun crime by reaching potential perpetrators before it's too late."
— Attorney General John Ashcroft
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 10.14.2004
TV Station Airs Gun Safety Announcement

WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, this week will begin airing a series of 15-second public service announcements stressing the importance of gun safety to parents, teens, and children. The ads are funded by a grant from Project Safe Neighborhood.
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10.14.2004
Crime Rates in Louisiana Town are Down

Lake Charles city and police officials report that 2003 crime statistics are down nearly 4 percent. Project Safe Neighborhood is one of the initiatives helping the city fight crime.
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