Fireworks Shows May Fizzle Over Terrorism Rules

Print More,1,6151590.story?coll=chi-news-hed They’re counted on by America’s small towns to provide “oohs” and “ahhs” on the Fourth of July: private clubs, family gatherings, community picnics and the like. But this year, unless they’ve kept abreast of new federal anti-terrorism rules, the only fireworks going off at such events are the kind you can buy at a
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