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Fact Checking NPR’s Final Presidential Debate Fact Check: Yes, Chicago has Strict Gun Laws

NPR’s fact-checking had caveats, such as when Donald Trump railed against Chicago’s strict gun laws, NPR agreed that Trump was right. However, they added that the illegal guns flow in from the neighboring state of Indiana. Trump was correct about the strict gun laws in Chicago and blaming Indiana for guns is not an accurate […]
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