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Gun control advocates have pushed for the system to be expanded in the wake of mass shootings as a way to keep firearms out of the wrong hands, but statistics provided to The Washington Times show that almost everyone who applies under the system is approved and it hardly matters which party controls the White House. (Associated Press)** FILE **
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Gun control advocates have pushed for the system to be expanded in the wake of mass shootings as a way to keep firearms out of the wrong hands, but statistics provided to The Washington Times show that almost everyone who applies under the system is approved and it hardly matters which party controls the White House. (Associated Press)** FILE **

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