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Obama adviser hedges optimism on stricter gun laws

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration says it's confident stricter gun laws can be passed, but it's hedging its optimism by stressing just how politically difficult it will be. White House senior adviser David Plouffe listed gun legislation and immigration reform as two top domestic priorities as President Barack Obama readies for a second term. He said the massacre at Sandy Hook...