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Outrage at Sandy Hook Massacre Video Game

A game creator is defending his latest release based on the Sandy Hook Elementary School slayings saying that he wants tougher gun laws. To say it's in bad taste, doesn't go nearly far enough.

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One Step Closer To Guns In South Dakota Schools

A measure that would allow individual school districts to decide whether guns could be used for protection sailed through the South Dakota House of Representatives on Tuesday. The vote was nearly 2 to 1 in favor of the bill which now will be considered by the Senate.

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Is the NRA a ‘Paper’ Tiger in South Dakota?

PIERRE - With the state legislature about to take up the question of allowing armed personnel in schools, it is worth considering the influence of the National Rifle Association on South Dakota politics.

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Thousands Rally Against Stricter Gun Control

AUSTIN, Texas - Gun advocates - some with rifles slung across shoulders or pistols holstered at the hip - have rallied peacefully in state capitals nationwide against President Barack Obama's sweeping federal gun-control proposals.

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CT Attorney Wants To Sue State For Newtown Tragedy

In the wake of the terrible tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut earlier this month, people have wanted to point the finger of blame in a number of different ways: guns, mental health care, the shooter, the shooters mother, etc. But a Connecticut attorney is now pointing the multi-million dollar finger at the state of Connecticut for failing to protect the kids.

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National Rifle Association Aims Sandy Hook Blame At Violent Video Games

The NRA held a press conference in which it blamed violent video games and the entertainment industry in general for the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.

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