Colorado Springs Shootings Show State’s Divide Over Gun Control

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While mass shootings have become more common across the U.S., in Colorado, home to Columbine High School, the Aurora movie theater and, now, a Planned Parenthood clinic, the events resonate with profound power. In a state neatly divided among Democrats, Republicans and unaffiliated voters, no one side in the gun debate prevails for long, says
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