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    Kansas City Mayor Sly James extended condolences to the families who lost loved ones to senseless gun violence this week and said he hopes somehow this is a clarion call to the country to start addressing these horrific incidents.

Kansas City Mayor Sly James extended condolences to the families who lost loved ones to senseless gun violence this week and said he hopes somehow this is a clarion call to the country to start addressing these horrific incidents. Lynn Horsely The Kansas City Star
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Kansas City, state officials react to Dallas shootings on social media

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