Mark Follman

Mother Jones

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Mark Follman is national affairs editor for Mother Jones.

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Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice  was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

Gun violence strikes Congress: How will lawmakers respond?

Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

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The massacre of 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary failed to generate the political will for some form of gun regulation in 2012.

Will the Body Count in Orlando Make a Difference on Capitol Hill?

The massacre of 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary failed to generate the political will for some form of gun regulation in 2012.

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For the first time since Al Gore lost to George W. Bush, Democrats are pushing for gun control in a presidential campaign.

Gun Control and the Race to the White House

For the first time since Al Gore lost to George W. Bush, Democrats are pushing for gun control in a presidential campaign.

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