Ralph Fascitelli

Washington Ceasefire

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President of Washington Ceasefire, an organization dedicated to reducing gun violence, he runs The Smart Gun News blog

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From South Carolina this week, America got another reminder: the US has more guns — and more gun violence — than any other developed country.

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