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Gun control groups outspent NRA in midterm elections

Gun control groups outspent NRA in midterm elections

Everytown and Giffords see preferred candidates do well in House but gun lobby heralds key wins in Senate

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Gun control not the hot-button issue many expected – except in one race

Gun control not the hot-button issue many expected – except in one race

Lawyers, guns and money have been a weave in the fabric of Florida politics for decades, a state of 21 million people where nearly 2 million residents have concealed carry permits, earning it the nickname, the “Gunshine State.”

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Guns Have Divided America. Here’s What Happens When 245 People Try to Meet in the Middle

Guns Have Divided America. Here’s What Happens When 245 People Try to Meet in the Middle

Deborah Wallace and Cindy Chester live about 30 miles from each other in Maryland

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Support for Gun Control Drops Ahead of Midterm Elections

Support for Gun Control Drops Ahead of Midterm Elections

Gallup finds gun-control support down 6 points from February

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Delaware ruling is a partial victory for gun-rights advocates

Delaware ruling is a partial victory for gun-rights advocates

A Delaware judge has once again found that parts of the state’s latest attempt to regulate firearms on public lands are unconstitutional

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Don’t touch the Second Amendment

Don’t touch the Second Amendment

The ongoing debate over guns in America has led some to vociferously call for abolishing the Second Amendment

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A coalition of gun rights and conservative groups have declared Jan. 19, 2013 to be “Gun Appreciation Day” and turned out 500,000 Americans nationwide to visit local gun ranges and purveyors and state capitols to show support for the Second Amendment. We handed the gun-grabbing President Obama his first defeat. We will never stop fighting for our gun rights.

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