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Guns at voting sites have long sparked fears of intimidation and violence – yet few states ban their presence

By Robert Spitzer, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of the Political Science Department, State University of New York College at Cortland
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Election-related violence isn’t unheard of in the US. A scholar of gun laws explains how the threat is only increased by allowing people to carry firearms as they vote.The Conversation

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