What Obama Thinks of Handguns Lawmakers head out for the July 4 break with this week's Supreme Court decisions on their minds: Justices overturned the right of cities to ban handguns. Many Democrats are wringing their hands, but quite a few were supportive, including Barack Obama — sort of.
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What Obama Thinks of Handguns

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What Obama Thinks of Handguns

What Obama Thinks of Handguns

What Obama Thinks of Handguns

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Lawmakers head out for the July 4 break with this week's Supreme Court decisions on their minds: Justices overturned the right of cities to ban handguns. Many Democrats are wringing their hands, but quite a few were supportive, including Barack Obama — sort of.