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WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: State Assembly approves interstate gun sales for state residents

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MADISON - The Wisconsin State Assembly voted today to allow residents to buy shotguns and rifles from dealers throughout the nation.  The measure would put the Badger State in line with a current federal law.  
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Interstate firearm sales were banned in 1968, but dealers were allowed to sell long guns to buyers in adjacent states.  In the late '80's, the federal law changed so people could buy long-guns from anywhere in the country.

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