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Gun control message is put across

A rendition of the 252-foot billboard that gun control advocate John Rosenthal will unveil tomorrow on the Massachusetts Turnpike near Fenway Park. The ransom-note looking sign is backed by city and state officials. A rendition of the 252-foot billboard that gun control advocate John Rosenthal will unveil tomorrow on the Massachusetts Turnpike near Fenway Park. The ransom-note looking sign is backed by city and state officials.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / July 10, 2007

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It looks like a ransom note, but it is not being sent by kidnappers. It is being promoted by the Patrick administration, the Boston Police Department, and the State Police, and delivered to drivers on the Massachusetts Turnpike courtesy of John Rosenthal, a provocative gun control activist from Newton. (Full article: 840 words)

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