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    1. Many U.S. mayors said this week's deadly church shooting in South Carolina should lead to more restrictions on gun ownership, but few believe the violence that killed nine people will propel legislators to enact stricter gun laws. "Among ourselves, it has been coming up," said Bill Harrison, mayor of Fremont, California, during the annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors this weekend in...

    2. Charleston's mayor blames access to guns for Wednesday's tragedy.

    3. Many U.S. mayors sceptical Charleston will inspire gun law changes

      Reuters via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJun 20 11:42 AM

      By Robin Respaut SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Many U.S. mayors said this week's deadly church shooting in South Carolina should lead to more restrictions on gun ownership, but few believe the violence that killed nine people will propel legislators to enact stricter gun laws. "Among ourselves, it has been coming up," said Bill Harrison, mayor of Fremont, California, during the annual meeting of the...

    4. President Barack Obama on Friday said a mass shooting at a black church in South Carolina exposed the "blight" of racism still present in America, and railed against critics who have accused him of politicizing a tragedy to talk about tougher gun laws. Obama, speaking to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, said the murder of nine people at an historic African-American church in Charleston shows the ...

    5. Charleston's mayor blames access to guns for Wednesday's tragedy.

    6. Obama, speaking to the US Conference of Mayors, said the murder of nine people at an historic African-American church in Charleston shows the need for vigilance against racism. "The apparent motivations of the shooter remind us that racism remains a blight that we have to combat together," Obama said.

    7. Here is where all the presidential hopefuls stand on gun control

      Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceJun 23 07:40 PM

      Guns are back in the spotlight after a mass shooting at a Charleston, South Carolina, church...

    8. By Roberta Rampton SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Friday said a mass shooting at a black church in South Carolina exposed the "blight" of racism still present in America, and railed against critics who have accused him of politicizing a tragedy to talk about tougher gun laws. Obama, speaking to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, said the murder of nine people at an historic ...

    9. President tells U.S. mayors that public opinion needs to shift on the issue of guns, and eventually Congress will catch up

    10. SAN FRANCISCO – President Barack Obama on Friday said a mass shooting at a black church in South Carolina exposed the “blight” of racism still present in America, and railed against critics who have accused him of politicizing a tragedy to talk about tougher gun laws.

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