Michigan

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Andrew Huddleston

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Jon Coumes

Gun violence

Michigan is a microcosm for the nation’s debate on gun reform right now

Events in Michigan since the Parkland school shooting last week are both showing why gun reform is necessary, and highlighting possible avenues for change.
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Michigan legislature, organizations respond to gun reform

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