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Biden renews call for assault weapons ban after Raleigh shooting

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President Joe Biden released a statement Friday in response to Thursday's mass shooting. He said he and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, are grieving with the Raleigh families whose loved ones were killed. In part, the statement thanks law enforcement and first responders who responded to the scene. The president went on to call for the passing of an assault weapons ban.
Published 4 months ago · Raleigh, United States

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