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The aftermath of back-to-back US mass shootings

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The aftermath of back-to-back US mass shootings

The aftermath of back-to-back US mass shootings

What impact, if any, will America's latest mass shootings have on gun laws, political rhetoric, and the 2020 election?

Matthew Cooke looks for answers.

And, former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines assesses the state of the Democratic presidential field.

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