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President Barack Obama spoke on reducing gun violence Monday night at the University of Hartford, calling on Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence.
President Obama participated in a Google+ Thursday to discuss his State of the Union Address. February 14, 2013. Guns came up first.
President Obama addresses gun violence in his 2013 State of the Union address Tuesday night.
President Obama discusses the need to take action to prevent gun violence.
From WhiteHouse.gov: President Obama reiterates his commitment to do everything in his power to implement a series of common sense measures that would reduce gun violence in America. The President started off that effort with 23 concrete actions his Administration is taking immediately under its existing legal authority. But to have a lasting impact, Congress must…
As President Obama outlined the White House gun task force plan Wednesday, whitehouse.gov was updated with in new interactive section, entitled: Now is the the time to go something about gun violence
The site details the purpose and every step of the President’s plan, gives voice to victims and survivors, and includes clips from the press conference.
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