Ma. Bans Assault Weapons In Case U.S. Law Ends

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Fearing that Congress will let federal ban on assault-style weapons expire, Massachusetts legislators voted yesterday to bar the sale of the same 19 weapons in the state. The Boston Globe says advocates attracted gun-rights supporters by including a half-dozen provisions designed to make it easier to own legal guns. The measure would bar the sale
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