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Correction: Virus Outbreak-Pennsylvania-Guns story

Correction: Virus Outbreak-Pennsylvania-Guns story

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — In a story Nov. 19, 2020, about firearms-related legislation in Pennsylvania, The Associated Press erroneously reported the partisan split on the vote in the state Senate. One Republican voted against the bills and one Democrat voted for them, instead of every Republican voting for them and every Democrat against.

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