Article on KY, IN "Castle doctrine" bills
The Louisville Courier-Journal has an article on progress of self-defense legislation. Its impartiality is apparent from the first sentence, which tells us that bills expand "people's right to shoot anyone they believe is threatening them."
A few quotes the article uses: "I think there was some concern that this was just going to give people an opportunity to shoot somebody and not be held responsible," "This is not about self-defense."
It tells us that even gun owners disagree about the bills -- and cites someone saying that he wouldn't shoot to prevent auto theft (which the legislation doesn't allow, unless you're in the vehicle and a carjacker puts you in reasonable fear of deadly harm).
And the standard reference to "NRA clout," followed by a statement that "a lot of positions they take are mindless."