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Biden and gun control advocates want to flip an issue long dominated by the NRA

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June 11, 2024

ATLANTA (AP) — Groups pushing tighter gun laws have been building political muscle through multiple elections, boosted by the outcry following mass shootings at schools and other public places, in addition to the nation's daily gun violence.

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On the anniversary of the fall of Roe, Democrats lay the blame for worsening health care on Trump

On the second anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Vice President Kamala Harris is telling voters Donald Trump is “guilty” of rolling back women’s freedoms and setting off a nationwide health care crisis

On the anniversary of the fall of Roe, Democrats lay the blame for worsening health care on Trump
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On the anniversary of the fall of Roe, Democrats lay the blame for worsening health care on Trump

On the second anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Vice President Kamala Harris is telling voters Donald Trump is “guilty” of rolling back women’s freedoms and setting off a nationwide health care crisis

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Rebuilding Paradise: Nonprofit's $500 'defensible space' grants help cut residents' insurance costs

Five years after the 2018 Camp Fire killed 85 people and destroyed 90% of the homes here, residents of Paradise, California, face a new struggle: Finding homeowner's insurance

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Philadelphia pastor elected to lead historic Black church in New York City

New York City’s historic Abyssinian Baptist Church has elected its new senior pastor, likely bringing an end to a national search to replace the late Rev. Calvin O

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Three people killed, 10 wounded in Arkansas supermarket shooting

A shooter opened fire at an Arkansas supermarket on Friday, killing three civilians and wounding 10 other people, including two police officers, Arkansas State Police said.

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