Vice President Joe Biden (right) looks on as President Barack Obama, standing with a group of people who were victims of shootings or lost loved ones to gun violence, spoke Tuesday in the East Room of the White House in Washington. With executive actions this week, Obama plunged into the murky endeavor of defining who's in the business of selling firearms under the law.
Vice President Joe Biden (right) looks on as President Barack Obama, standing with a group of people who were victims of shootings or lost loved ones to gun violence, spoke Tuesday in the East Room of the White House in Washington. With executive actions this week, Obama plunged into the murky endeavor of defining who's in the business of selling firearms under the law. Pete Marovich Bloomberg
Vice President Joe Biden (right) looks on as President Barack Obama, standing with a group of people who were victims of shootings or lost loved ones to gun violence, spoke Tuesday in the East Room of the White House in Washington. With executive actions this week, Obama plunged into the murky endeavor of defining who's in the business of selling firearms under the law. Pete Marovich Bloomberg

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