Fayette County

January 5, 2013 7:27 PM

Two events in downtown Lexington illustrate national divide over guns

Local ministers urged a crowd of about 150, shivering in Triangle Park, to unite for interfaith warmth and comfort in dealing with communal grief. Meanwhile, a much larger crowd waited to get into the Lexington Gun & Knife Show across the street at Heritage Hall. It was a stark illustration of the national divide over guns.

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