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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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