Gun Control Questions Arise
As the fatal shooting of two firefighters in New York over the weekend marks another tragedy stemming from gun violence, Americans on the whole are divided on the issue. Forty-nine percent of people argue it is more important to control gun ownership while 42 percent say it is more important to protect the right of Americans to own guns, according to a Pew poll released on Dec. 20.
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