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Gun control

Gun Control is a huge topic in the US right now. A lot of people think guns should be banned for citizens or difficult to purchase. Others think we should be able to purchase a gun for safety.

The story behind how one color became the symbol of gun control
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The story behind how one color became the symbol of gun control

Anne Quito is the writer of a website that spreads awareness about gun violence and encourages people to wear orange to bring more awareness to the issue. she set that website up to get others to start joining the movement of gun violence control. Their perspective is that they want guns to go away, they do not agree in how easy it is to purchase a gun in usa. Their movement idea is to “wear orange” they want others to purchase the shirt or just wear orange to represent for the movement.

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49ers Join Law Enforcement to Advocate for Gun Control Legislation, Donate $500K
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49ers Join Law Enforcement to Advocate for Gun Control Legislation, Donate $500K

The San Francisco 49ers announced Thursday they are pledging $500,000 toward supporting gun control legislation. The 49ers joining forces with local and national police is significant since police violence played a partial role in former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick protesting during the national anthem last season. MIke Charni says that Kaepernick and the team are donating for San Francisco gun control only though.

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Opinion | The United States needs gun control
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Opinion | The United States needs gun control

Gun violence is a terrible thing in our country, This article is about gun violence and the steps the USA needs to make to get a better gun control idea. As a former weapons-trained law enforcement officer, I have a healthy appreciation for guns. You can feel mighty powerful holding an M16 assault weapon — especially after you just shot a round perfectly onto the target during annual training. But what happens if you take a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day and infuse it with a weapon and ammo stored in your home? Lots of terrible, horrible, no good, very bad things, Stacy Korbelak, Odenton.

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Americans want stricter gun laws after shootings but interest fades
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Americans want stricter gun laws after shootings but interest fades

This article is mostly about how Eric Bradner and Jennifer Agiesta think there should be a lot stricter gun laws. How about making it harder to obtain guns? Almost half, 47%, said there would be fewer mass shootings if it were harder for people to legally obtain guns in the United States, while 39% said that wouldn't make a difference, and 13% said it would lead to more mass shootings.

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Guns in America | Facts and statistics about firearms in the USA
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Guns in America | Facts and statistics about firearms in the USA

in the website "How are guns being used by citizens"
the website is strongly about keeping guns and what they do to help the usa. It also has Facts and statistics about firearms in the USA. Guns are used over 80% more often to save a life than to take one. Countries with more guns have less crime in general. . A recent study published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy concluded that there is a negative correlation between gun ownership and violent crime in countries internationally (more guns = less crime).

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Gun Control Explained
nytimes.com

Gun Control Explained

This New York Times article is about what gun control is and all the views and arguments from the public. Richard Perez-Pena says, Over the past 25 years, Americans’ support for stricter gun control laws has been generally declining even as the number of mass shootings is on the rise. While some high-profile shootings have resulted in calls for increased restrictions, that support has proved fleeting thus far. Gun control is one of the most sharply divisive issues in the U.S. today.

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