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I’m a member of the NRA and I advocated for Congress to pass gun reforms

I’m a member of the National Rifle Association, an Army veteran trained in the use of assault weapons, a hunter, gun owner, retired teacher and resident of Charlotte, Texas, about 80 miles from Ulvade. Over the past few weeks, I worked alongside hundreds of Americans from different backgrounds, across party and other divides, to advocate for gun safety with 24-7, The People’s Filibuster for Gun Safety.
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Puzzle solutions for Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Note: Most subscribers have some, but not all, of the puzzles that correspond to the following set of solutions for their local newspaper. (Available to play digitally at puzzles.usatoday.com.) Los Angeles Times crossword. Today’s crossword (McMeel) Daily Commuter crossword. SUDOKU. JUMBLE. Jumbles: WEIGH CHILD POORLY CENSUS. Answer: After seeing...
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Carlos Santana 'doing well' after hospitalization for heat exhaustion, dehydration during show

Carlos Santana was hospitalized after suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration during his concert in Michigan Tuesday night. The rock legend's representative Michael Jensen said in a statement to USA TODAY that Santana was at his show at the Pine Knob Music Theatre (formerly DTE Energy Music Theatre), an amphitheater about 40 miles outside Detroit, when he was taken to the emergency department at McLaren Clarkston hospital.
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Chet Holmgren shines in NBA Summer League debut as Oklahoma City Thunder roll

Rule 1 of NBA Summer League games: Do not overreact to Summer League games. “Success is a trap,” Holmgren said after his Summer League debut. On the other hand, have your fun, Thunder fans. The Chet Holmgren hype train is already screaming at warp speed, so why not jump aboard? Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt is wearing the conductor’s hat and planning a parade route.
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Max Scherzer sharp in return for New York Mets following oblique injury

After nearly seven weeks away from the major-league mound, Max Scherzer did not need a grace period to return to dominance. Scherzer struck out the first batter he faced and continued to roll across six scoreless innings in his return from a moderate- to high-grade oblique strain that kept him out since May 18.
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How to sign out of Gmail and Google on PC, Android and iPhone

Hosting 1.8 billion active users, which is 23% of the population, and 92% of US startups, Gmail has grown to encompass 27.8% of the email client market share, according to financesonline.com. Google, founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. With Gmail being used for work, school or personal...
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