A Brown campaign spokeswoman said Monday that the Republican supports Massachusetts’s assault weapons ban and believes states are the “appropriate venue” for such decisions.
A spokeswoman for Brown’s Democratic opponent, Elizabeth Warren, says she supports reinstating a federal assault weapons ban that expired in 2004 "
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The federal ban expired the same year that Brown, then a state senator, voted to extend Massachusetts' ban on selling or importing military-style semi-automatic weapons. Under the law at the time, the state ban would have automatically expired if ...Read more
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