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Terror suspects able to Buy Guns

More than 40 terror suspects were able to buy firearms in the United States last year because background checks showed they had no felony convictions and weren’t illegal immigrants, according to a government report released Tuesday. Gun control advocates cited the Government Accountability Office’s study, “Gun Control and Terrorism,” as evidence that stricter laws are needed to prevent terror suspects from buying firearms. The GAO said the FBI could do a better job overseeing checks involving terror suspects. Full Story

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