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There are currently three bills proposing common-sense measures to prevent gun violence in Vermont. GunSense Vermont is an independent coalition of individuals and organizations standing together for gun laws in Vermont that better protect our children, our public spaces, and our communities while respecting individuals' rights. Sharon Panitch joins host Barrie Silver to tell us more about the organization, the proposed violence prevention measures, and an upcoming Public Hearing at the Vermont State House on January 30th.

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