Amy Worden

Staff writer at the Philadelphia Inquirer

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Staff writer at the Philadelphia Inquirer, the covering the State Capital

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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.

PA State House Rejects Gun-Control Measures, Despite Amish Shooting

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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