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Joel Contreras, left, an Operation Peacemaker Fellow, and Joseph McCoy, a Neighborhood Change Agent with the Office of Neighborhood Safety, in Richmond, Cali. Fellows receive counseling, social services, a job and cash if they agree to stay in contact everyday and stay out of trouble. Richard Gonzales/NPR hide caption

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To Reduce Gun Violence, Potential Offenders Offered Support And Cash

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Gun Rights Supporters Carry On After Obama's Executive Actions

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"We maybe can't save everybody, but we can save some," President Obama said at the White House Tuesday, discussing his plans to reduce gun violence with tighter background checks and other measures. He was joined onstage by Vice President Biden and people whose lives have been affected by gun violence. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Number Of Police Officers Killed By Gunfire Fell 14 Percent In 2015, Study Says

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