Water Pistols Must Stay Dry This Holiday

From Times Wire Reports

Holster that water pistol if you're going to be in Prescott, Ariz., today for the Fourth of July.

The city's traditional water fights, where people soaked each other with squirt guns, water balloons and super soakers in a downtown free-for-all, were banned by voters last year in a referendum.

The issue pitted those who thought the event was innocent, small-town fun against business owners and city officials who worried that the fights were taking on an increasingly aggressive tone.

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