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US-POLITICS-GUNS-OBAMA

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US President Barack Obama (C) arrives to board Air Force One at the Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on April 3, 2013 en route to Denver, Colorado, where he will continue asking the American people to join him in calling on Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence. The president has demanded votes on measures including a requirement for background checks on all gun purchases, limits on high capacity ammunition magazines, a reinstated assault weapons ban, new gun trafficking laws, and new school safety plans. But the assault weapons ban push appears certain to fail to get sufficient support in the Senate, following a huge campaign by the gun lobby and opposition from Republicans and Democrats from conservative and rural areas. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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US President Barack Obama (C) arrives to board Air Force One at the Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on April 3, 2013 en route to Denver, Colorado, where he will continue asking the American people to join him in calling on Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence. The president has demanded votes on measures including a requirement for background checks on all gun purchases, limits on high capacity ammunition magazines, a reinstated assault weapons ban, new gun trafficking laws, and new school safety plans. But the assault weapons ban push appears certain to fail to get sufficient support in the Senate, following a huge campaign by the gun lobby and opposition from Republicans and Democrats from conservative and rural areas. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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President Barack Obama arrives to board Air Force One at the Andrews... Nyhetsfoto 165349355Air Force One,Andrews Air Force Base,Ankomst,Barack Obama,Denver,Fråga,Horisontell,Kongress,Koppling,Maryland,Människor,Politik,Reducering,Regering,Skjutvapen,USA,USAs president,VåldPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPUS President Barack Obama (C) arrives to board Air Force One at the Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on April 3, 2013 en route to Denver, Colorado, where he will continue asking the American people to join him in calling on Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence. The president has demanded votes on measures including a requirement for background checks on all gun purchases, limits on high capacity ammunition magazines, a reinstated assault weapons ban, new gun trafficking laws, and new school safety plans. But the assault weapons ban push appears certain to fail to get sufficient support in the Senate, following a huge campaign by the gun lobby and opposition from Republicans and Democrats from conservative and rural areas. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)