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No talk of 'bullet control' as Chris Rock and celebs take Capitol Hill over guns

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It's part of Chris Rock's signature stand-up -- bullet control. "I think all bullets should cost $5,000," he's told audiences in the past. But on Wednesday, the comedian offered no creative ways for the country to curtail gun violence at a press conference lobbying Congress to do just that. Rock said he was there to support the president. "The President of the United States is our boss, he's...

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