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Virginia governor calls for special session on gun control after Virginia Beach shootings

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 4 June 2019
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam calls for a special legislative session to 'address gun violence,' four days after deadly rampage in Virginia Beach.
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Viriginia's Democratic Governor Ralph Northam has called for a special legislative session to consider new gun control laws in the wake of an office massacre of 12 people. During a news conference four days after the shooting, Northam said, β€œIt is wrong, it is outrageous, it is unforgivable to turn...

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