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Gun Violence Makes Pakistani-Americans Wary of Futurei
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January 19, 2013 3:49 PM
As Washington readies for a fight over gun control, some immigrant groups say they want to see tougher gun laws. Many immigrants say recent incidents of mass murder have left them worrying about their futures in the United States. Azhar Fateh for VOA tells us about one Pakistani-American family's reaction to the violence.

Gun Violence Makes Pakistani-Americans Wary of Future

Published January 19, 2013

As Washington readies for a fight over gun control, some immigrant groups say they want to see tougher gun laws. Many immigrants say recent incidents of mass murder have left them worrying about their futures in the United States. Azhar Fateh for VOA tells us about one Pakistani-American family's reaction to the violence.


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