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Background checks are overwhelmingly popular, so why is it so hard to implement them?

Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik has what he considers a pretty common-sense proposal: If people are going to buy firearms at gun shows at the Tucson Convention Center, they ought to have to pass a background check. "We're going to require a…

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