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Md. Gun-Control Law Discussed in Governor's Race

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From left are Larry Hogan and Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown From left are Larry Hogan and Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gun control has been a recurring issue in Maryland's governor's race this year.

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, a Democrat, and Republican Larry Hogan have collided over last year's sweeping gun-control law in both gubernatorial debates. Brown has made the issue a focus of dramatic television ads.

Hogan has vigorously denied ads that say he would try to roll back or weaken the law, if he is elected. Hogan says Brown is simply trying to shift the subject away from economic matters and tax increases that don't reflect favorably on him.

But gun-control advocates say they want to know more Hogan's positions on the issue. On Tuesday, a small group of women went to his campaign office and asked him to fully explain how he would enforce the law.

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