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DAMASCUS, Md. (AP) — In the small town of Damascus, where grape juice substitutes for wine in the Communion chalice, an aversion to alcohol has created an anomaly many residents are proud of: It's one of the last dry areas in Maryland. Restaurants in this Montgomery County town can't sell beer or wine, and the closest bar is in the next county over. Two residents, however, are campaigning to...

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