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Missouri House votes to ban celebratory gunfire days after Chiefs’ parade shooting

  • Missouri's Republican-led House passed a bill to ban celebratory gunfire following a deadly shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade.
  • The bill, stemming from a bipartisan effort, seeks to regulate guns in a state with expansive firearm ownership laws.
  • Lawmakers voted to make shooting a firearm in city limits a misdemeanor, with exceptions, in response to the recent shooting.
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