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Demonstrators march toward Las Vegas City Hall during the March for Our Lives rally last month in Las Vegas, where 58 people were killed in an October 2017 mass shooting. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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A general view of the makeshift memorial in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on March 14, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / RHONA WISE (Photo credit should read RHONA WISE/AFP/Getty Images) RHONA WISE/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Law enforcement officers block off the entrance to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 15 in Parkland, Fla. A day earlier a gunman opened fire in the school, killing 17 people. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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In Florida, Cities Challenge State On Gun Regulation Laws

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Vince Warner fires an AK-47 with a bump stock installed at Good Guys Gun and Range in Utah. A significant majority of Americans favor outlawing the attachment, according to the latest NPR/Ipsos poll. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Poll: After Parkland, Number of Americans Who Want Gun Restrictions Grows

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A week ago, kids in Parkland, Fla., were talking about prom and graduation. Now they're talking about funerals and gun control. Some students say the shooting that left 17 people dead will be a catalyst for different gun laws. Brian Mann/North Country Public Radio hide caption

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Florida Students Shaken Over Shooting Plan To March In D.C.

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In an effort to curb gun violence, Seattle police are now following up in person on court orders requiring people to surrender guns. Emily Fennick / EyeEm/Getty Images/EyeEm hide caption

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What It Takes To Get Guns Out Of The Wrong Hands

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An ATF agent poses with homemade rifles, or "ghost guns," at an agency field office in Glendale, Calif. There's a growing industry of companies that sell gun kits, instructions and do-it-yourself components online to help people build their own guns. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Do-It-Yourself 'Ghost Guns' Bypass Background Checks And Firearm Registration

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Law enforcement officers stand guard at one of the entrance points to the Las Vegas concert venue where Sunday night's mass shooting took place. The massacre was one of the deadliest mass shooting events in modern U.S. history. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Kelly Blake, agricultural education teacher at Fleming School, learns how to protect herself from an attack with the help of local police officer Graham Dunne. Jenny Brundin/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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These Teachers Are Learning Gun Skills To Protect Students, They Say

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A Baltimore police officer shot and wounded a 14-year-old boy in April after spotting him with a Daisy Powerline 340 BB gun, right. A semi-automatic handgun, pictured left, provided by police shows how similar the models look. Juliet Linderman/AP hide caption

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When Police Come Near, BB Guns Look All Too Real

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Open-carry supporters attend a rally earlier this month in Austin, Texas. Erich Schlegel/Getty Images hide caption

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Texas' New Open-Carry Law Unpopular Among Some Gun Owners

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Attendees at a gun show in Miami have mixed feelings about Obama's executive actions. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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How Obama's Proposals Are Playing Out At Gun Shows

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