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THE BACKGROUND-CHECK PUSH Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and South Tucson Mayor Jennifer Eckstrom joined with dozens of their counterparts across the nation last week to announce a new push for pressuring U.S. senators to support expanded background checks on gun sales when…

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