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ONECO -- It's a weeknight at American Legion Post 312, and the folks at the bar are talking about the Bud Light display hanging from the ceiling. It doesn't spin anymore, hasn't for years, they say.
Sheila Cobb sits at a table nearby with a small picture of her son, Chris, and a lucky red teddy bear. Cobb is having a good night, winning a $150 bingo jackpot. Things are comfortable, familiar at Post 312. Things don't change much in the smoke-filled, dimly lit hall, where servicemen and women have gathered for camaraderie for years.
But Saturday brought a big change, one that Cobb …