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Holliston

Roundtable discussion on guns to be held March 21

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A community discussion on guns and gun violence will be held Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Robert Adams Middle School auditorium. The forum, sponsored by the Holliston Democratic Town Committee, will include Holliston Police Chief John Moore, State Representative David Linsky (D-Natick), Margaret Fitzpatrick of Holliston Youth and Family Services, and Jim Wallace of the Gun Owners Action League and will be moderated by former state representative Barbara Gardner. The panelists, representing all sides of the national debate, will discuss gun safety, responsible gun ownership and gun rights, violence prevention, and proposed new legislation to address gun violence. Time will also be provided for the panelists to answer questions from the audience.

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