Boston Lawmakers are expressing their support for a bill seeking to make so-called “non-lethal self-defense” sprays more accessible to Mass. residents in the wake of the murder of South Boston resident Amy Lord.
The ultimate goal of the bill is to do away with licensing requirements for receiving self-defense spray. The bill was referred to the House committee on Ways and Means on June 3.
Women at a program hosted by police in South Boston expressed their interest in receiving Mace Friday.
Read more at myfoxboston.com.
Boston Lawmakers are expressing their support for a bill seeking to make so-called "non-lethal…
by Personal Defense World / Jul 29, 2013