SAN BERNARDINO, CA - DECEMBER 03: A police officer raises police tape to allow residents to enter San Bernadino Avenue, the crime scene where the suspects of the Inland Resource Center were killed. The day before the deadly California shootings, a new North Carolina law took effect that one law enforcement official says clarifies and could even strengthen state background checks for handgun buyers.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA - DECEMBER 03: A police officer raises police tape to allow residents to enter San Bernadino Avenue, the crime scene where the suspects of the Inland Resource Center were killed. The day before the deadly California shootings, a new North Carolina law took effect that one law enforcement official says clarifies and could even strengthen state background checks for handgun buyers. Sean M. Haffey Getty Images
SAN BERNARDINO, CA - DECEMBER 03: A police officer raises police tape to allow residents to enter San Bernadino Avenue, the crime scene where the suspects of the Inland Resource Center were killed. The day before the deadly California shootings, a new North Carolina law took effect that one law enforcement official says clarifies and could even strengthen state background checks for handgun buyers. Sean M. Haffey Getty Images

N.C. law clarifies handgun application process

December 03, 2015 06:28 PM

UPDATED December 04, 2015 12:52 PM

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