Amy Worden

Staff writer at the Philadelphia Inquirer

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There are roughly 17,000 murders in the US every year, 15,000 of which are committed with firearms. Recent school shootings have led to new calls for gun control.

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There are roughly 17,000 murders in the US every year, 15,000 of which are committed with firearms. Recent school shootings have led to new calls for gun control.

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