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NBA Players Protest Gun Violence Following Thousand Oaks Shooting

Daily Caller Monday, 12 November 2018
NBA Players Protest Gun Violence Following Thousand Oaks ShootingAdvocate for gun control
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News video: Los Angeles Kings Say Enough After Thousands Oaks Shooting

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The Los Angeles Kings are saying 'Enough' to gun violence after the Thousand Oaks shooting. This video, "Los Angeles Kings Say Enough After Thousands Oaks Shooting", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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