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Facebook Banning Private Gun SalesFacebook says it's cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.
Obama Moves To Strengthen Gun Control Laws, Mandates Background ChecksObama moved to require all gun sellers to register as dealers and to run background checks on all prospective purchasers, aiming to curb a scourge of gun violence despite opposition to new gun laws in Congress.
Amy Schumer, Jennifer Aniston Team Up With Shooting Survivors To Help End Gun ViolenceCelebrities teamed up with violence prevention group Everytown For Gun Safety in a new social media campaign aimed to spread awareness for gun law reform.
Rep. King Seeks To Close Loophole Allowing Suspected Terrorists To Get Guns In U.S.In a stunning discovery in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, a loophole in federal gun laws allows suspected terrorists to buy guns in the U.S.
Amy Schumer Joins Sen. Chuck Schumer In Fight For Gun LegislationSen. Chuck Schumer teamed up with cousin comedian/actress Amy Schumer on the steps of City Hall Sunday afternoon to call on the American people to help crack down on gun violence.
Officials Say More Out-Of-State Guns Used To Commit Crimes In NYCIn 2011, 90 percent of the 2,433 traceable guns used in crimes were from outside New York state. The year before, 86 percent of the 2,319 guns came from out-of-state.
Parents Of Newtown Victims Urge Enforcement Of Gun LawsHundreds of people, including numerous gun rights advocates, turned out for the daylong public hearing, with 1,300 signing up to speak, according to one lawmaker.
Christie: 'We're Not Doing Enough' If Just Talking About Gun ControlNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he's willing to have a conversation about stricter gun laws, but says policymakers also must address the mental health system, improve access to drug treatment and look at the impact of violent video games.
School Board Members Unsure About Adequacy Of Mental Health Services In N.Y. StateA survey released late last week showed uncertainty among New York state school board members about whether students have adequate access to mental health services.
NJ Appellate Court Overturns 2 Convictions In Brian Aitken CaseThe two-judge panel upheld another conviction in the case of Brian Aitken, who served almost four months in state prison before Gov. Chris Christie commuted his sentence in December 2010.
Sweeney Talks Impeachment, New Laws For New YearThe New Jersey Senate President said he'll push for new laws to force towns to share services and to change some gun laws in the new year.
NJ Man Released From Prison Day After CommutationA Corrections Department spokeswoman says 27-year-old Brian Aitken, who was found with guns he'd purchased legally in Colorado, left Mid-State Correctional Facility Tuesday morning.

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