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KEAN STATEMENT ON LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY HEARING
Assembly Republican Sean Kean, R-Monmouth and Ocean, issued the following statement after the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee concluded its hearing:
“Assembly Republicans voted today for several common-sense gun safety measures that should make New Jersey a safer place for our families. We also support Governor Christie’s NJ SAFE task force and a comprehensive study of mental health and the impact of violence in video games, entertainment and the media. We can get beyond political rhetoric, improve gun safety and get at the root causes of these terrible tragedies.”
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