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Hillary Is Brave, Like My Sister Mary

This past week, our country has seen a rash of gun violence that continues to dominate headlines. More lives torn apart, more families destroyed. It's unacceptable and we must do more prevent gun violence. But only one candidate in the first Presidential debate of the 2016 general election stood with the overwhelming majority of Americans who demand stronger gun laws. Hillary Clinton said emphatically and unprompted, "We have to tackle the plague of gun violence," and made the case for common-sense solutions like closing the loopholes in our laws that make it easy for criminals, suspected terrorists and other dangerous people to have access to guns.
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