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Sybrina Fulton Wants States to Clarify “Stand Your Ground” Laws

Sybrina Fulton went before a Senate panel Tuesday to testify that states need to clarify their "Stand Your Ground” laws. “By being unclear in when and how it is applied, stand your ground in its current form is far too open to abuse,” the mother of Trayvon Martin said in prepared testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.  (Photo: Mike Pont/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

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