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Texas shooting: Biden says Second Amendment on guns ‘not absolute’

By France24
27 May 2022   |   7:36 am
The killing of 19 children and two teachers in a school shooting in Uvalde has sparked a nationwide debate on gun control. President Biden said the constitutional right to own weapons "is not absolute," and never was.

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