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- Colorado gun crackdown law found to be built on faulty data
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For nearly a quarter-century, the Onion has skewered the media with its satirical newspaper and then, starting in 1996, its website and, as of four years ago, the Onion News Network's online videos. Now it's poised to make a two-fisted assault from within the most fitting of targets: television.