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Local control at core of gun range debate
Officials say the law takes its ability to protect citizens

Monroe County officials can't do a thing about a Big Pine Key resident's homemade gun range, no matter how concerned they are about the safety of nearby citizens.

That's the ruling of the state Attorney General's Office, which issued an opinion last week that echoed the sentiments of a host of similar rulings on the same piece of legislation -- Section 790.33 of the Florida...

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