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Beretta handguns for sale in 2013 at FreeState Gun Range in Middle River. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz - FILE)

Would-be gun owners need “good reason” in D.C.

Videotape, beer, on-the-job training round out roundup

Welcome to Monday, the 33rd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Plyler v. Doe decision holding that the U.S. Constitution bars states from denying to undocumented school-age children the free public education the states provide to children who are U.S. citizens or legal immigrants.

Here are some new items to get your week started.

— Gun-permit applicants need a “good reason” in Washington, D.C.

— Videotape shows defense attorney was  “ineffective” in rape case, judge rules.

— Fans who change seats at Texas ballparks can now take their beers with them.

— Law schools create firms to give new graduates on-the-job training.