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May 08. 2014 12:59PM

Gun Bans in Capitols But Not Bars Draw Cries of Hypocrisy

The imbalance draws rebuke even from gun-rights activists such as Richard Feldman, a former regional political director for the NRA and the president of the Independent Firearm Owners Association in Rindge, New Hampshire. Because the statehouse bans affect so few people, there may be less pressure to change them, even though doing so would have symbolic resonance for gun owners, he said.

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Scott Brown, left, Jeanne Shaheen, right.

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