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Have lax gun laws led to more homicides?

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Funerals for victims of gun violence have become so common in St. Louis that for many they're weekly community gatherings. Some blame the state legislature, which in 2007 eliminated most gun control laws. In the years since, the number of homicides has spiked. Trymaine Lee investigates how a city and the police deal with a rural state legislature that lives--and governs--according to a different set of standards than they do. Video by Brock StonehamApr.14.2016

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