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Gov't offers $20 million for gun background checks

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Focusing on a key gun issue, the Justice Department will offer states more than $20 million to strengthen the background checks designed to keep guns from being sold to potentially dangerous people. States are critical to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. They keep criminal histories and records of people barred from having guns because of domestic...

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