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Mark Kelly, Testifying on Gun Violence, Informs Senate Committee of Phoenix Shooting (Video)

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Mark Kelly, while testifying in a U.S. Senate committee hearing on gun violence, informed the rest of the room that another Arizona shooting had just taken place during the meeting.

After talking about the Tucson shooting of his wife, former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, Kelly fielded a question about background checks, and responded by talking about the newest Arizona shooting.

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Kelly spoke during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence, which can be seen in its entirety here. Giffords gave a statement to open the hearing, and the NRA's Wayne LaPierre also testified during this hearing.

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