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How can the US finally agree on measures to limit gun violence?

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A week after the massacre in Uvalde and nearly 10 years after the shocking school shooting in Sandy Hook, people are asking: What can be done about gun violence in the United States? Research finds mass shootings to be a uniquely American problem, but legislation to limit access to weapons rarely moves forward. Could it be different this time? NBC’s Garrett Haake reports in this week’s Sunday Focus.

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