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Mt Lebanon has been embroiled in controversy over a planned deer kill, in which deer will be lured into corrals with food, and then shot. Commissioners claim that deer are causing property damage, and pose a collision threat to motorists. Animal rights advocates and many residents oppose the kill, stating it is inhumane to kill deer in that manner, and that deer should be rounded up and taken to state gamelands.
Do you think the six world powers have given up on stopping Iran from getting nuclear weapons?