Some Heads Explode: Biden Says Obama Exploring Executive Orders to Combat Gun Violence

January 2013
Moderate Voice;01/09/2013, p16
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The article reports on the announcement by U.S. Vice President Joe Biden regarding the efforts of U.S. President Barack Obama in preventing mass shootings in the U.S. It states that Biden has reported the use of Obama's executive orders to promote gun regulation laws after the massacre in an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. Meanwhile, it presents several Tweets on Obama's gun control efforts.


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