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White House Causes Frustration In Private And Public Responses To Gun Violence

Gun violence prevention advocates were stunned when Biden said infrastructure would remain his next priority. Private White House efforts to avoid reactively dealing with guns also raised questions.

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As a candidate, Joe Biden spoke at a candidate forum hosted by the gun groups Giffords and March For Our Lives. He pledged to devote $900 million to community gun violence intervention efforts in cities with high rates of gun violence. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Causes Frustration In Private And Public Responses To Gun Violence

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