Although State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby stands by assertions that Gray’s death was a homicide, on Wednesday prosecutors dropped all charges against the remaining three officers under scrutiny.
Citing a survey of 310 people across the two states, gun control organizations in Washington and Oregon are working together to enact a California-style ban on the sale of some semi-auto firearms.
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