Lynch Seeks More Funds For Gun Background Checks, Battles GOP

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch defended President Obama's executive actions on gun control and asked Congress to fund the staff necessary to uphold the law, the Washington Post reports. Lynch argued Obama's proposals clarify existing laws rather than create new ones. Speaking to the Senate subcommittee that funds the Justice Department, she responded to Republican criticism
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