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Film Midnight Rider Director Randall Miller, left, takes the witness stand during a hearing before Chatham County Superior Court, Judge John Morse, Monday, May 12, 2014, in Savannah, Ga. Singer Gregg Allman has filed a lawsuit to stop movie producers from reviving a film, titled Midnight Rider, based on his life story after a freight train plowed into crew members shooting on train tracks in southeast Georgia, killing one worker and injuring six others. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton)

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Protesters in favor of recalling Colorado state Sen. John Morse try to influence early voters in a recall election on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, in Colorado Spring, Colo. Mr. Morse, who is Senate president, and state Sen. Angela Giron in Pueblo, both of whom voted for new Colorado firearms restrictions, faced the first legislative recalls in state history Tuesday. (AP Photos/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)

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Colorado Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, concedes defeat in his legislative recall race in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013. Morse and Sen. Angela Giron, of Pueblo, who voted for new firearms restrictions in the state, faced the first legislative recalls in state history. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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Protesters in favor of recalling Colorado state Sen. John Morse try to influence early voters in a recall election on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, in Colorado Spring, Colo. Mr. Morse, who is Senate president, and state Sen. Angela Giron in Pueblo, both of whom voted for new Colorado firearms restrictions, faced the first legislative recalls in state history Tuesday. (AP Photos/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)

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Protesters in favor of recalling Colorado state Sen. John Morse try to influence early voters in a recall election on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, in Colorado Spring, Colo. Mr. Morse, who is Senate president, and state Sen. Angela Giron in Pueblo, both of whom voted for new Colorado firearms restrictions, faced the first legislative recalls in state history Tuesday. (AP Photos/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)

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**FILE** A large sign posted at the entrance of Paradise Firearms in Colorado Springs, Colo., invites customers to sign a recall petition against Colorado Democratic State Senate President John Morse on May 24, 2013. In gun-friendly Colorado, gun-rights activists with support of the National Rifle Association are seeking Morse's ouster for his support of new laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to private gun sales. (Associated Press)

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Paradise Firearms owner Paul Paradis and other gun rights activists are petitioning for the recall of Colorado Senate President John Morse after the Democrat-controlled state government enacted sweeping gun control laws. (Associated Press)

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Paradise Firearms owner Paul Paradis and other gun rights activists are petitioning for the recall of Colorado Senate President John Morse after the Democrat-controlled state government enacted sweeping gun control laws. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Paradise Firearms owner Paul Paradis holds a flyer depicting Colorado's State Senate President, Democrat John Morse, together with a petition to recall him at his gun shop in Colorado Springs, Colo., on May 24, 2013. Paradis and other gun-rights activists are seeking the ouster of Morse for his support of new laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to include private gun sales. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Paradise Firearms owner Paul Paradis holds a flyer depicting Colorado's State Senate President, Democrat John Morse, together with a petition to recall him at his gun shop in Colorado Springs, Colo., on May 24, 2013. Paradis and other gun-rights activists are seeking the ouster of Morse for his support of new laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to include private gun sales. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** A large sign posted at the entrance of Paradise Firearms in Colorado Springs, Colo., invites customers to sign a recall petition against Colorado Democratic State Senate President John Morse on May 24, 2013. In gun-friendly Colorado, gun-rights activists with support of the National Rifle Association are seeking Morse's ouster for his support of new laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to private gun sales. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** A large sign posted at the entrance of Paradise Firearms in Colorado Springs, Colo., invites customers to sign a recall petition against Colorado Democratic State Senate President John Morse on May 24, 2013. In gun-friendly Colorado, gun-rights activists with support of the National Rifle Association are seeking Morse's ouster for his support of new laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to private gun sales. (Associated Press)

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In this photo taken on May 24, 2013, Democratic State Senate President John Morse works at the Democratic Party offices in Colorado Springs, Colo., where Morse and his staff are planning their weekend strategy to encourage voters not to sign petitions for his recall. Gun-rights activists with support of the National Rifle Association are seeking Morse's ouster because of his support for new gun laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to private gun sales. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)

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In this photo taken on May 24, 2013, Democratic State Senate President John Morse works at the Democratic Party offices in Colorado Springs, Colo., where Morse and his staff are planning their weekend strategy to encourage voters not to sign petitions for his recall. Gun-rights activists with support of the National Rifle Association are seeking Morse's ouster because of his support for new gun laws that restrict ammunition magazines and expand background checks to private gun sales. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)

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**FILE** Colorado Senate President John Morse (left) joins Speaker of the House Mark Ferrandino, Denver Democrat, in listening as Gov. John Hickenlooper delivers the annual State of the State speech before a joint session of the Colorado Legislature in the State Capitol in Denver on Jan. 10, 2013. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Colorado Senate President John Morse (left) joins Speaker of the House Mark Ferrandino, Denver Democrat, in listening as Gov. John Hickenlooper delivers the annual State of the State speech before a joint session of the Colorado Legislature in the State Capitol in Denver on Jan. 10, 2013. (Associated Press)