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Police limit searches for guns

Opposition from residents is strong; Invited into homes without warrants

By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / March 25, 2008

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Boston police officials, surprised by intense opposition from residents, have significantly scaled back and delayed the start of a program that would allow officers to go into people's homes and search for guns without a warrant. (Full article: 880 words)

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