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Obama: Inability to pass gun control 'biggest frustration,' cites Australian gun crackdown as success story

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President Obama on Tuesday said the “biggest frustration” of his presidency is the country's unwillingness to enact gun control laws. He cited Australian gun control efforts, which included the compulsory buyback of semi-automatic rifles, as a successful model for reducing mass killings, stating that the U.S. doesn't “have enough tools right now to make as big a dent as we need to.”...

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