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Was the San Bernardino shooting an act of terrorism or workplace rage? It doesn't really matter, in terms of the need for better regulation of assault rifles and semiautomatic weapons.The Conservatives who are worried about terrorism and liberals who focus on gun safety should agree that access to such assault weapons is a deadly threat in America.Regulations that might reduce the likelihood of another San Bernardino could also contain the violence that killed three people last week at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado, and 10 at a community college in Oregon in October, and nine at a church in South Carolina in June and the still gut-wrenching Connecticut school massacre that killed 28 three years ago."Heller doesn't have to be narrowed for us to do more to reduce gun violence".Those who plot mass violence shouldn't be able to obtain semiautomatic weapons so easily, whether we define these people as terrorists or not.
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