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Georgia town votes to require gun ownership

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Nelson, Ga., a tiny town near Atlanta, is putting public safety in the hands of its 1,300 residents with a new law requiring gun ownership. City council members unanimously approved the Family Protection Ordinance on Monday night, both as a safety measure and a means of protecting residents’ Second Amendment rights from federal gun control laws. “I likened it to a security sign that people...

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