Clinton, relatives of Newtown victims talk gun violence

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, center, speaks during a campaign event, Thursday, April 21, 2016, in Hartford, Conn. Clinton stopped in Hartford for a discussion on gun violence prevention with family members of gun violence victims. From left are, Iran Nazario, Erica Smegielski, Clinton, Kim Washington, Deborah Davis and Nelba Marquez-Greene. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Hillary Clinton, sitting with relatives of victims of the Newtown school massacre, vowed Thursday to make sure gun violence is not ignored, saying Connecticut’s bipartisan gun control legislation was a model for the nation.

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