Show-Me STL School Shooting Partisan Slap-fight Debate Postscirpt

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Poor souls killed by gunfire aren't as important as the politics . . .

"While Republicans who favor keeping the state’s permissive gun laws intact offered prayers for the students, staff and families at Central and Collegiate high schools, Democratic elected officials called for toughening the state’s loose firearms regulations."

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