House Votes To End Washington D.C. Firearm Ban

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Two weeks after Congress allowed the federal assault weapons ban to expire, the House of Representatives voted yesterday to repeal Washington, D.C.’s 27-year-old ban on certain firearms, reports the New York Times. The 250-to-171 vote came over the objections of Mayor Anthony Williams and other district officials, including Eleanor Holmes Norton, the delegate to Congress
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