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2020 Dems embrace federal gun buyback program in wake of mass shootings

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 13 August 2019
A growing number of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are calling for a federal gun buyback program to reduce the estimated 400 million guns owned by civilians in America -- but the idea faces resistance from gun rights groups who accuse them of trying to "demonize firearms."
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White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump has quietly been talking to members of Congress in the wake of the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio to gauge where lawmakers stand. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has more.

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