Washington: After a tragic mass shooting at a July 4th parade in a Chicago suburb, US President Joe Biden vowed Monday to continue the fight to halt the "epidemic" of gun violence in America.
After six people were killed in the massacre in Highland Park, Illinois, Biden stated he and his wife Jill were "struck by the terrible gun violence that has yet again brought misery to an American town on this Independence Day."
He stated that although he had put into law the first serious gun control measures in decades in late June, "far more work" remained in the fight against the plague of gun violence.
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