David Levdansky

Democratic State Representative, Pennsylvania

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Democratic State Representative for parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties in Pennsylvania; hunter who has tried to initiate some state gun control

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In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

Why Hasn’t a Spate of Murders Led to More Gun Control?

In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

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In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

Is Gun Control Dead?

In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

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