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How guns sales have changed 20 years after Columbine

CBS News Friday, 19 April 2019
Infamous school shooting followed by more bloodshed, with firearms killing nearly 40,000 in 2017 even as fewer people own guns
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On 20 April 1999, two teenagers entered Columbine High School in Colorado with guns and explosives. They killed 12 students and a teacher, before turning their weapons on themselves. The event changed American classrooms forever, with school security becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. Now that...

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