As momentum builds for a statewide assault weapons ban, all eyes are on Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., who voted against the federal law while in Congress. Ehrlich says he hasn`t taken a position on legislation introduced in the Senate by Robert J. Garagiola and being prepared in the House by Del. Neil F. Quinter, that would expand the state`s 1994 ban on assault pistols to include assault rifles and firearms that share their characteristics.
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