"I grabbed the blood and I put it all over me”
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Emotional testimony from family members of victims and survivors of gun violence was delivered to a congressional committee in the US capital Wednesday, in the wake of the latestU.S. mass shootings.
Families of victims pleaded with members of the House panel for stricter gun control, as Senate talks currently focus on passing modest changes such as encouraging states to pass so-called "red flag" laws, denying firearms to people judged a risk to themselves or the public.
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