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After Navy Yard Shooting, New Calls for Gun Controli
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September 19, 2013 1:44 AM
The investigation into the deadly shooting at Washington’s Navy Yard Monday is sparking calls for new gun control measures. Authorities say, earlier this month, Aaron Alexis purchased a shotgun he used to kill 12 people at the naval command building. Chris Simkins reports.

After Navy Yard Shooting, New Calls for Gun Control

Published September 18, 2013

The investigation into the deadly shooting at Washington’s Navy Yard Monday is sparking calls for new gun control measures. Authorities say, earlier this month, Aaron Alexis purchased a shotgun he used to kill 12 people at the naval command building. Chris Simkins reports.


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