DRESDEN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 27: Saxony state police demonstrate illegal fireworks during a presentation to the media on December 27, 2012 in Dresden, Germany. The legalized sale of fireworks to welcome in the New Year begins nationwide in Germany on December 28 and police are warning of the danger of certain types of fireworks imported illegally from countries like Poland and the Czech Republic. (Photo by Joern Haufe/Getty Images)
The debate is on between those who say the drought we’ve gone through makes it too dangerous to allow the sale of fireworks this year and those who say recent rains have lessened the threat of fire.
Fireworks are big business and an American tradition. But some say it just takes one errant burst to cause a big problem.
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