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(The Washington Post)
Pence: ‘We will find out why’ Tex. gunman was able to buy guns despite conviction
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Vice President Pence on Nov. 8 said federal authorities are investigating how the gunman in Sutherland Springs, Tex., was able to buy guns despite a conviction while serving in the Air Force.
Vice President Pence on Nov. 8 said federal authorities are investigating how the gunman in Sutherland Springs, Tex., was able to buy guns despite a conviction while serving in the Air Force.
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