President Obama revived calls for more aggressive policies to address gun violence on Friday, just one day after a gunman shot and killed three people, injuring over a dozen others, during a rampage through Hesston, Kansas.
"We cannot become numb to this," the president urged in Jacksonville, Florida, where he was visiting a lithium battery manufacturing plant. "Anybody who says they want to keep the American people safe has to care about this. Because it's happening in far too many towns and affecting far too many inn...
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