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Saratoga Springs arms show faces new sale restraints

Sandy Hook killings prompt resistance to weapon displays

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The operators of a firearms show held four times each year at the Saratoga Springs City Center will be asked not to sell rapid-fire, military-style weapons at its upcoming event in January. Saratoga Springs County Supervisor Joanne Yepsen said Wednesday she has received dozens of phone calls and emails from her constituents asking that the arms show be canceled or, at the least, not sell weapons like the one used to kill 20 young students ...

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December 20, 2012
10:33 a.m.

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So 7 people don't like it, guess what? The thousands that go to the show do.