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Ire over gun control lingers in upstate New York

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DUANESBURG, N.Y. (AP) — New York's landmark gun control law opened a political fissure that's still visible upstate. Polls have shown majority support for the SAFE Act spearheaded by Gov. Andrew Cuomo after the 2012 school shooting rampage in neighboring Connecticut, but it is intensely disliked in parts of upstate New York with strong hunting and gun cultures. Anti-SAFE Act signs are a common...

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