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Law enforcement, gun violence prevention groups and elected leaders from across the country are applauding President Biden’s announcement yesterday on ghost guns, calling the announcement a “decisive step” in stopping the proliferation of dangerous ghost guns being used in gun crime in communities across the country.
They also praised Biden’s nomination of Steve Dettelbach, a respected former prosecutor with bipartisan support from law enforcement and years of experience in fighting gun crime and domestic extremism to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Explosives.
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