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Tucson to ignore Arizona’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ law (access required)

Officials in the city of Tucson plan to ignore Arizona's new "Second Amendment sanctuary" law that bars state and local governments from enforcing certain federal gun regulations.

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