Demonstrators take part in a rally to demand "sensible" gun laws in front of the White House on January 4, 2016 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN
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President Barack Obama is poised to unveil a raft of executive actions to tackle U.S. gun violence, kicking-off his last year in the White House with a show of political power.Frustrated at the unbending political opposition to gun control, despite the American scourge of mass shootings, Obama is now looking to bypass Congress with executive steps that aides say will focus on regulating gun sales and curbing illegal purchases.During Obama's seven years as president, mass shootings have killed Connecticut schoolchildren, South Carolina church goers, Colorado movie watchers and scores of others.Similar executive efforts by Obama to bring millions of illegal immigrants out of the shadows by shielding them from deportation, have prompted a slew of lawsuits and left a key Obama policy goal in the hands of the Supreme Court.
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