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Atlantic County Residents Turn in Over 2,000 Guns

Atlantic County's gun buyback program nets more than 2,000 guns.

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Officials display some of the guns turned in as part of the Monmouth County gun buyback program
Officials display some of the guns turned in as part of the Monmouth County gun buyback program (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Nearly 1,600 Guns Surrendered in Monmouth County [AUDIO/VIDEO]

A sea of weapons on display at the Monmouth County Police Academy Tuesday is more evidence that New Jersey residents like their firearms and that's in a state with some of the toughest gun laws in the nation.

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Flickr User Pal Joakim Olsen
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Gun Background Check Measure Passes Senate Panel [VIDEO]

A divided Senate Judiciary Committee approved a Democratic bill Tuesday expanding required federal background checks to nearly all gun purchases, giving President Barack Obama an early victory on curbing gun violence in a fight that still faces difficult odds.

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Array from NJ Gun Buy Back in Asbury Park & Keansbug (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
Array from NJ Gun Buy Back in Asbury Park & Keansbug (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
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Monmouth County Gun Buyback Program Nets 1,500 Weapons

Officials in New Jersey have netted another 1,500 weapons during the state's fourth gun buyback program.

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Former Governor Jim Florio
Former Governor Jim Florio (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Does NJ Need More Gun Laws? [AUDIO]

Former Governor Jim Florio is joining more than a dozen organizations to call on the New Jersey State Senate to pass a series of gun control measures already approved by the Assembly.

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Guns collected during a Camden County buyback program (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Monmouth County to Hold Gun Buyback Program [AUDIO]

On Thursday, State Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced another gun buyback program.  This one will take place in March in Monmouth County.

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Flickr User Pal Joakim Olsen
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Gun Control Bills Approved by NJ Assembly [AUDIO]

The New Jersey General Assembly approved 22 gun violence prevention bills Thursday.

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President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the economy at Linamar Corporation in Arden, North Carolina.
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Obama Says Gun Violence Killing Too Many Children

President Barack Obama says that every four months, his hometown of Chicago suffers the loss of as many children as were killed in the Connecticut elementary school shooting.

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Kevin Mcardle, Townsquare Media
Kevin Mcardle, Townsquare Media
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NJ Gun-Free School Zone Bill Meets With Opposition [POLL/AUDIO]

Today marks the two-month anniversary of the horrific Newtown, Connecticut school massacre. That tragic fact did not stop several gun rights activists from voicing their staunch opposition yesterday to a bill that would allow towns to create gun-free school zones.

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Assembly Dems Facebook
Assembly Dems Facebook
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NJ Assembly Advances Over 20 Gun Control Bills [POLL/AUDIO]

In an effort to fast-track legislation designed to prevent gun violence, the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee approved 20 bills yesterday.

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