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I met Senator John McCain a few times over the years, most notably in a small group about to embark on a two week trip to Vietnam in 1996, just a year after the US had normalized relations with Vietnam, thanks in large part to Senator McCain’s tireless efforts.

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The Trump Administration’s proposed rule changes on certain firearms export controls and the emergence of 3-D printed and “ghost” guns have united domestic and international organizations and law enforcement officials concerned with arms proliferation like never before.
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Almost uniquely American, a killer has gone many years killing many thousands, predominantly children. The blame, like the solution, has remained unfocused and dispersed, masquerading under vacuous terms that do not bravely serve to fight this national epidemic.
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On February 14, my life changed forever. I was in Room 1214 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School studying Holocaust History when bullets started flying.

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Thirty-seven years ago White House Press Secretary Jim Brady was shot in the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. Jim lived with constant pain and physical challenges for 33 years before that bullet to his head ultimately took his life in 2014.

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Twenty-four years ago, the first Brady background check was conducted. Like much else originally developed in the 90's, this system has undergone a drastic evolution to become what it has today.

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