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Maine town rejects mandatory gun proposal

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A tiny Maine town has rejected a proposal for mandatory gun ownership on Monday evening, even though the majority of residents already own guns. Voters in the 140-person town of Byron voted unanimously against the measure that would have required a firearm in each household. Residents said they would have favored an article with the wording “recommend” instead of “require,” according to the...

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