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A year later, has Sandy Hook changed America’s gun debate?
First Published Dec 11 2013 08:18 am • Last Updated Dec 11 2013 08:18 am

One year later, has Sandy Hook changed America's gun debate?

Click on a state in the map above to see the legal changes made there following the December 2012 attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Green states made their gun laws less strict, blue states more strict, and white states either passed no related legislation or a balanced slate of bills. See it bigger. (Christopher Dean Hopkins/Digital First Media)Sandy Hook was supposed to be a game-changer in the national gun control debate.After 20 children and six educators ...

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