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Some Startling Facts From Think Progress; The Year In Guns: What Has Happened — And What Has Not — Since Newtown

December 15, 2013

The Militant Negro™

 

By Jueseppi B.

 

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From Think Progress:

 

The Year In Guns: What Has Happened — And What Has Not — Since Newtown

 

BY ADAM PECK AND REBECCA LEBER

 

One year ago, the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary began a nationwide debate about gun violence prevention. The conversation that followed led to at least three new national groups advocating for reform, 23 executive actions signed by President Obama, and stronger state gun laws protecting roughly half of Americans. To the disappointment of anti-gun violence advocates, Congress failed to pass a single reform addressing the 6 million gun purchases that slip through a weak background check system.

 

Here is a look at where gun violence and the movement against gun violence stand one year since Newtown:

 

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At least 27 school shootings: Between the Sandy Hook shooting and December 4, there were 27…

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