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    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is citing “domestic terrorism” concerns in her latest push to ban AR-15s and  other commonly-owned semiautomatic rifles. Breitbart News noted Feinstein’s new ban, the “Assault Weapons Ban of 2021,” was put forward Thursday with at least 34 Senate Democrat co-sponsors. The bill is designed to ban 205 different firearms, including different variants of the wildly popular AR-15 rifle. The New York Post reports Feinstein is citing “domestic terrorism” as an impetus for the ban. She said, “We’re now seeing a rise in domestic terrorism, and military-style assault weapons are increasingly becoming the guns of choice for these dangerous groups.” Feinstein’s legislation would also ban ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. On November 7, 2020, Breitbart News pointed to National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) figures showing Americans own more than 71 million pistol magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds and “79.2 million rifle magazines capable of holding...
            by Kaylee Greenlee  Around $14.3 million worth of narcotics and several weapons have been seized since the start of February at an Arizona port where officials also arrested a man wanted for murder, Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday. Officials seized 440 pounds of methamphetamine, 385,000 tablets of fentanyl, 84 pounds of heroin and almost 13 pounds of cocaine in around 25 instances since Feb. 1, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP). A 28-year-old man wanted for murder in Las Vegas was arrested while in possession of an AR-15 assault rifle, a handgun and over 300 rounds of ammunition. “I could not be prouder of our officers. Even during a pandemic, they continue to keep dangerous opioids off the streets and keep our communities safe,” Area Port Director Michael Humphries said in a statement. Border Patrol agents found over $73,000 worth of meth hidden in a...
    Around $14.3 million worth of narcotics and several weapons have been seized since the start of February at an Arizona port where officials also arrested a man wanted for murder, Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday. Officials seized 440 pounds of methamphetamine, 385,000 tablets of fentanyl, 84 pounds of heroin and almost 13 pounds of cocaine in around 25 instances since Feb. 1, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP). A 28-year-old man wanted for murder in Las Vegas was arrested while in possession of an AR-15 assault rifle, a handgun and over 300 rounds of ammunition. “I could not be prouder of our officers. Even during a pandemic, they continue to keep dangerous opioids off the streets and keep our communities safe,” Area Port Director Michael Humphries said in a statement. Border Patrol agents found over $73,000 worth of meth hidden in a vehicle’s floorboard and firewall at an...
    Colt Holding Company (Colt) and subsidiary Colt Canada Corporation are being acquired by Česká zbrojovka Group (CZG), owners of CZ-USA. A Colt press releases says “CZG shall acquire a 100% stake in Colt for upfront cash consideration of $220 million and the issuance of 1,098,620 shares of newly issued CZG common stock.” Lubomír Kovařík, President and Chairman of CZG, commented on the February 11, 2021, announcement, saying: This merger is a strategic step for both companies. The acquisition of Colt, an iconic brand and a benchmark for the military, law enforcement and commercial markets globally, fits perfectly in our strategy to become the leader in the firearms manufacturing industry and a key partner for the armed forces. We are proud to include Colt, which has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the U.S. Army for over 175 years, in our portfolio. We believe in the successful connection of our corporate cultures, the proven track...
    More On: guns Party bus bust: NYPD arrests over a dozen revelers in arsenal on wheels Health clinic shooter had 43 past run-ins with Minnesota cops Why a ‘wack job’ shooter reportedly terrorized Minnesota health clinic Tense times at the Times and other commentary A Czech firearms company has reached a deal to buy Colt, the iconic American gunmaker that helped popularize the revolver. Česká zbrojovka Group said it will acquire all of Colt’s business for $220 million and about 1.1 million new shares of the Czech firm’s stock. The deal announced Thursday will help Česká zbrojovka, also known as CZG, expand its global customer base as well as its production capacity in the US and Canada, the company says. “The acquisition of Colt, an iconic brand and a benchmark for the military, law enforcement and commercial markets globally, fits perfectly in our strategy to become the leader in...
    FREMONT, Neb. (AP) — A former northeast Nebraska deputy sheriff pleaded guilty Monday to running a fraud scheme that cost victims nearly $11 million, federal prosecutors said. Craig Harbaugh, former Dodge County deputy sheriff, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and acknowledged that he deprived six people and a bank out of $10.9 million, prosecutors said. The individuals lost $6 million and the bank lost the rest. Harbaugh operated “Tactical Solutions Gear,” a federal firearms licensee formerly located in Fremont. Prosecutors said he used fake purchase orders and contracts to persuade people to invest in his business and to get a loan from a bank. He claimed to have orders for firearms and tactical gear to agencies such as Illinois State Police, the Kansas wildlife department, Nebraska State Patrol; the Kansas City Police Department, Werner Enterprises, other law enforcement agencies, and one defense contractor. He did not have orders or contracts...
    Last November, Bill Blair, the federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, refused to answer questions about the costs associated with the Liberal Government’s gun ban and confiscation program imposed by Order-in-Council on May 1, 2020. Minister Blair’s department is responsible for implementing the ban and overseeing the confiscation of previously lawful firearms from millions of Canadian hunters, sports shooters, farmers and hobbyists before a two-year “amnesty” period ends on April 30, 2022. An initial cost estimate of CDN$250 million was given shortly before the Liberal’s gun ban and confiscation law was announced, although Minister Blair had earlier quoted a program cost of between CDN$400 – $600 million. Since then, though, the scope of the ban has expanded considerably: the RCMP has added, to the list of “prohibited” firearms, thousand of guns that weren’t specifically included in the May 1st Order in Council. At least one part of the cost is now public. After two...
    Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers found twice as many firearms per million passengers screened at airport security checkpoints in 2020 compared to the prior year, the agency said Tuesday.  The total number of passengers screened in 2020 fell by 500 million as compared to the previous year, due to the coronavirus pandemic which stymied air travel, but the detection rate averaged to approximately 10 firearms per million passengers in 2020, up from about 5 firearms per million passengers screened in 2019, a record for the 19-year-old agency.  FRONTIER AIRLINE PASSENGER IS TOLD HE SHOULD BE ON 'NO-FLY LIST' AFTER COMPLAINING OF COUGHING TRAVELER TSA officials said 3,257 firearms were found at 234 airports nationwide, 83% of which were loaded. The highest total number of catches reported was at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia, followed by Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport, both in Texas.  In 2019,...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Despite fewer airline passengers in 2020, officials with the Transportation Security Administration say they detected twice as many firearms at airport security checkpoints in Texas and nationwide compared to 2019. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport was near the top of the list of airports where TSA officers discovered the most firearms on passengers or in their carry-on bags. Throughout 2020, TSA caught approximately 10 firearms per million passengers screened as compared to about 5 firearms per million passengers screened in 2019 — numbers significantly higher than any other year since the agency’s inception. Last year TSA officers discovered a total of 3,257 firearms, although the total passengers screened in 2020 fell by 500 million versus 2019 due to the COVID pandemic. Of those firearms caught in 2020, about 83 percent were loaded. “Bringing a firearm to a TSA security checkpoint poses a serious risk to TSA...
    The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) indicates 434 million firearms were manufactured for private ownership over the last 25 years alone. Breitbart News spoke with NSSF public affairs director Mark Oliva late Tuesday and he explained that the 434 million firearms were made for “civilian possession.” This means the whopping figure of 434 million includes firearms made in America for Americans and firearms made abroad then imported into America for Americans. For those who might ask what percentage of firearms are domestically made versus imported, NSSF production figures show six million firearms were made in the U.S. in 2019 and 3.3. million were imported. The NSSF notes: There are approximately 71.2 million pistol magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, and 79.2 million rifle magazines capable of holding 30 or more rounds in circulation. They also estimate there are 20 million firearms in private possession which Democrats label “assault weapons.” The NSSF figures expose what a...
    Americans underwent over 21 million background checks and purchased nearly 23 million firearms during 2020. Fox Business reports that 21 million-plus background checks represent an increase of “60 percent from 2019.”  Moreover, the number of background checks conducted in 2020 broke the 2016 record by 34 percent. Breitbart News tracked these record background checks throughout last year as each month — January 2020 through December 2020 — set a record for the most background checks in its respective month. For example, January 2020 witnessed more background checks than any January in history, February 2020 more background checks than any February in history, March 2020 more than any March in history, and so it went all the way through December 2020. Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting estimates nearly 23 million firearms were sold during 2020, and the National Shooting Sports Foundation indicates over 8.4 million first-time gun buyers were among those...
    Joe Biden’s gun tax proposals could cost gun owners upwards of $34 billion for guns and magazines they already possess. Breitbart News reported that Biden’s proposals include a $200 tax for each AR-15 that is already owned, and that tax would also apply to other firearms Democrats label “assault weapons.” Biden also wants to tax gun owners $200 for every “high capacity” magazine they own. On November 17, 2020, Breitbart News reported National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) numbers showing that Americans own an estimated 434 million firearms. Nearly 20 million of those firearms are Modern Sporting Rifles, firearms that the Democrats categorizes as “assault weapons.” Under Biden’s plan, the tax for the nearly 20 million Modern Sporting Rifles alone could be $4 billion. The NSSF numbers also show that Americans own more than 71 million pistol magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds and “79.2 million rifle magazines capable of holding...
            by Jake Dima  President-elect Joe Biden’s proposed firearm tax could cost gun owners upwards of $30 billion to keep the weapons they already possess, according to The Washington Free Beacon. Biden plans to mandate both taxation and registration of so-called “assault weapons” and high-capacity magazines under the National Firearms Act (NFA), which requires a $200 fee per item, according to the former vice president’s campaign website. Around 20 million rifles and 150 million magazines would be taxable, leading to a total cost to U.S. gun owners of over $34 billion, according to the Free Beacon. The president-elect plans to end the sale of “assault weapons” altogether and has proposed a ban on magazines that are capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition, his campaign website reads. Anyone already in possession of these items would either have to pay the fee or surrender the weapons to the government...
    NEWTOWN, Conn. — NSSF®, the firearm industry’s trade association, released the 2020 edition of its Firearm Production Report to members. The report compiles the most up to date information based on data sourced from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF’s) Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Reports (AFMER) as well as the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Key findings for public release showed: In 2018, 11.4 million total firearms were produced or imported in the United States (less exported firearms). Approximately one-half (48%) of all rifles produced and imported (less exports) in 2018 were Modern Sporting Rifles. Since 1990, there are an estimated 19.8 million Modern Sporting Rifles (MSRs) in circulation today. An interim 2019 estimate showed a total of 6 million total firearms were produced in the United States. Of those, 3.6 million were pistols and revolvers, 2 million were rifles and 480,000 were shotguns. Those are interim figures that will be updated when complete reports become available from the...
    The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reported Monday there are an estimated 434 million firearms in private possession in the United States of America. NSSF Firearm Production Figures show approximately six million firearms were manufactured in the U.S. in 2019, they included 3.6 million pistols and revolvers, two million rifles, and 480,000 shotguns. Another 3.3 million firearms were imported into the U.S. during 2019. Those imports “included 2.3 million pistols and revolvers, 301,000 rifles and 678,000 shotguns.” The NSSF notes “there are an estimated 19.8 million Modern Sporting Rifles (MSRs)” in circulation since 1990 alone. MSRs include AR-15s, AK-47s, variants of both rifles, and other commonly-owned semiautomatic rifles. The gun purchasing surge being witnessed during coronavirus shutdown resulted in the sale of nearly two million firearms last month alone. https://t.co/Qc5MQOFGSS — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 8, 2020 These figures give some insight into the August 31, 2018, Breitbart News report that over nine million AR-15s were manufactured in the U.S., for sale...
    Public support for stricter gun control has fallen to a four-year low, according to a Gallup poll, and overwhelmingly comes from Democrats, non-gun owners, and mostly city residents. Fifty-seven percent of Americans are supportive or more restrictive firearms measures, Gallup reported Monday in a nationwide poll of 1,035 adults conducted Sept. 30-Oct. 15. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. The results come in a year in which already a record 16.7 million firearms have been bought in the United States – mostly handguns – as of the beginning of October, according to Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting of Greenville, South Carolina. That eclipses the previous record for the entire calendar year of 2016 when 16.6 million firearms were sold. FBI background checks also have reached a record high, more than 32 million, which is four million more than the previous record set last...
    A San Marino man accused of intentionally driving a truck into a crowd of Pasadena Black Lives Matter protesters and charged with conspiring to violate firearms laws will be released after his parents put up a $10-million property bond and he surrendered his stock of firearms, authorities said. U.S. Dist. Court Judge Stephen V. Wilson signed an order that Benjamin Jong Ren Hung, who is accused of collecting weapons and building a training camp for civil disorder, will be placed on electronic monitoring and subject to drug testing after his release once federal authorities take control of the bond and an array of firearms discovered at his homes in San Marino and Lodi. Hung drove a Dodge Ram truck flying three large flags related to right-wing extremist groups — a “Thin Blue Line” flag, a Gadsden “Don’t Tread on Me” yellow flag, and an original 13 states “Betsy Ross” American...
    Gun sales surged 65% in the month of October as this year's figures show a continued “record firearm sales pace” amid unrest and uncertainty, according to statistics released Monday. An estimated 1.9 million firearms were sold in October this year, a 65% spike from the same month in 2019, according to data provided by Small Arms Analytics and Forecasting (SAAF), a research group that examines the raw data obtained from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System, or NICS. THIS YEAR'S GUN SALES HAVE ALREADY OUTPACED 2019'S TOTAL, RESEARCH SHOWS SAAF Chief Economist Jurgen Brauer said in a Monday press release that an estimated 18.6 million firearms have been sold so far this year, as 2020 “continues on its record firearms sales pace.” VideoJust last month, the SAAF announced the number of guns sold from January to September 2020 -- 16.7 million -- had surpassed the previous annual high of 16.6 million firearms,...
    A worker moves finished AR-15 rifle barrels for storage at Delta Team Tactical in Orem, Utah in March 2020. Sales of handguns, rifles, and shotguns in the first nine months of 2020 have broken the sales record set in 2016 for the entire year. Saturday Snippets is a regular weekend Daily Kos feature. • Americans are buying more firearms this year: According to Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting, a research firm that tracks firearms, Americans bought 16.7 million firearms during the first nine months of 2020. That exceeds firearms sales for all of 2016, the year in which the previous sales record of 16.6 million was set. Handguns make up the majority of purchases. As has been widely reported all year, gun dealers are having a hard time keeping inventories of firearms and bullets on hand. Above average gun sales aren’t unusual in presidential election years, but Kate Linthicum at the Los...
    U.S. records more than 90,000 Covid-19 cases in one day for the first time This Pizza Giant Closed Hundreds of Restaurants This Year Walmart returns guns to store floors as unrest "isolated" Walmart on Friday said it is returning guns and ammunition to store floors, describing incidents of what the retailer called "civil unrest" in several of its stores earlier this week as "isolated." © Walmart cdn-corporate-walmart.jpg The move comes a day after Walmart said it had pulled firearms and ammo from store displays. A Walmart is among scores of stores looted amid two nights of protests that followed a fatal shooting Monday by police in Philadelphia.  "After civil unrest earlier this week resulted in damage to several of our stores, consistent with actions we took over the summer, we asked stores to move firearms and ammunition from the sales floor to a secure location in the back of the...
    By Larry Keane Election day is close. This is the time to ensure the #GUNVOTE® is heard at the ballot box. More than 70 million Americans have already cast their ballot through early or mail-in voting. Campaign advertising is blanketing the airwaves and special interest groups, including gun control billionaire Michael Bloomberg, are pouring last-minute millions to nudge his agenda across the finish line. Now, more than ever, American gun owners, including the over 6.2 million first-time gun buyers in 2020, need to plan to turn out to their polling place and vote to protect their rights. Who you vote for is your choice as an American. But, for me voters have never faced a starker difference of what’s at stake. It’s a choice of preserving Second Amendment rights, gun ownership and the industry that provides the means to exercise those rights. What’s at stake in this election? Nothing short of the Second Amendment, I told Outdoor Life’s Andrew...
    CNN exclusive: Four families connected by pain are hoping to use their influence to get out the vote McDonalds McRib is returning to menus across America for the first time in 8 years, sparking celebration among the obsessive fans of the cult-classic sandwich Walmart pulls guns from stores, citing risk of "civil unrest" Walmart on Thursday said it has pulled guns and ammunition from the sales floors of its U.S. stores as it seeks to keep firearms from being stolen should social unrest erupt. © Walmart cdn-corporate-walmart.jpg "We have seen some isolated civil unrest, and as we have done on several occasions over the last few years, we have moved our firearms and ammunition off the sales floor as a precaution for the safety of our associates and customers," a Walmart spokesperson said in an email to CBS MoneyWatch. "These items do remain available for purchase by customers." Walmart...
    First-time gun sales shot up to record levels this year as more Americans armed themselves in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and massive civil unrest — and a heated and contentious presidential race that some fear could erupt in violence. Gun industry analysts and trade groups say first-time purchases for firearms skyrocketed to more than double the national average from past years, with 40 percent of all gun sales this year attributed to newbie owners. Jon Barker, CEO of Sportsman’s Warehouse Holdings, estimated that 5 million people bought firearms for the first time in the first seven months of 2020, while the FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System said activity through the end of September is up 41 percent this year over the same period in 2019. In all, the 28.8 million background checks through the end of September already surpassed last year’s record total of 28.4 million...
    NSSF’s September 2020 adjusted NICS figures are 1.6 million, a 61 percent increase over September 2019, where figures registered in at just over 1 million. This elevated trend is in keeping with what the firearm industry has witnessed since March, when adjusted NICS figures topped 2.3 million, an all-time one-month record. Since then, NICS figures have been between 1.6 and 2.1 million. At this pace, it is possible we could witness more than 20 million background checks for the sale of a firearm in 2020, widely eclipsing the strongest year on record of 2016, when 15.7 million background checks were conducted for the sale of firearm. This indicates that there is a continued desire for Americans to exercise their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. It is plausible that this number could actually have been higher, but inventory is low due to months of sustained high demand. This has been a...
    More than 1 million Floridians underwent background checks to purchase firearms during the first seven months of 2020, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) reported 1.06 million background checks were conducted by Florida firearms retailers between January and July – nearly double the 579,399 recorded during the first seven months of 2019. The surge in Florida background checks is part of a national trend as the COVID-19 pandemic and police brutality protests in several major cities have spurred increased firearms sales across the country. The FBI reported a record 3.64 million background checks nationwide in July, a 79 percent increase compared with July 2019. It was the third record month this year. There were 210,415 background checks conducted in Florida in June, up from 85,730 in June 2019, and 190,975 conducted in July, up from...
    Support for stricter regulations on firearms has dropped by 12 percent in the past year, according to a Rasmussen poll, with just over half now saying the country needs more stringent laws. The finding comes following reports that firearms sales have surged since March following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and widespread protests, riots and looting in the wake of a death of man in police custody in Minneapolis in May. A record of more than 3.9 million requests were processed by the FBI’s firearms background check system in June, which topped the previous record of 3.7 million which occurred in March. Rasmussen’s survey of 1,000 likely voters conducted on Aug. 5 had a margin of error of 3% points and showed 52% still support stricter gun regulations, but that was down from 64% in 2019. Forty-two percent oppose stricter gun regulations. The poll also showed that 47% of...
    (CBSDFW/CNN) — Background checks associated with the sale, transfer or permitting of firearms in the country set an all-time record in June when the FBI conducted more than 3.9 million checks, followed by March 2020 when the agency saw 3.7 million checks. In July 2020, the FBI conducted more than 3.6 million firearm background checks, making it the third highest month on record for checks since the bureau began keeping statistics in 1998, according to new data released on Monday by the agency. By comparison, the bureau conducted just more than 2 million checks in July 2019. One other enduring pattern in 2020 is the order of states topping the list, with Illinois, Kentucky, Texas, Florida and California continually seeing the most background checks for the sale, transfer, or licensing of guns. Under US law, federally licensed gun dealers must run checks on every buyer, whether a purchase is made in...
    By Josh Campbell | CNN As the nation has grappled with a global pandemic and images of some rioters causing damage after hijacking peaceful protests demanding racial justice, more and more Americans appear to be arming themselves. In July 2020, the FBI conducted more than 3.6 million firearm background checks, making it the third highest month on record for checks since the bureau began keeping statistics in 1998, according to new data released on Monday by the agency. By comparison, the bureau conducted just over 2 million checks in July 2019. Background checks associated with the sale, transfer or permitting of firearms set an all-time record in June when the FBI conducted more than 3.9 million checks, followed by March 2020 when the agency saw 3.7 million checks. One other enduring pattern in 2020 has been the order of states topping the list, with Illinois, Kentucky, Texas, Florida and...
    (CNN)As the nation has grappled with a global pandemic and images of some rioters causing damage after hijacking peaceful protests demanding racial justice, more and more Americans appear to be arming themselves. In July 2020, the FBI conducted more than 3.6 million firearm background checks, making it the third highest month on record for checks since the bureau began keeping statistics in 1998, according to new data released on Monday by the agency. By comparison, the bureau conducted just over 2 million checks in July 2019. Background checks set an all-time record in June when the FBI conducted more than 3.9 million checks, second only to March 2020 when the agency saw 3.7 million checks. One other enduring pattern in 2020 has been the order of states topping the list, with Illinois, Kentucky, Texas, Florida and California continually seeing the most background checks for the sale, transfer, or licensing of...
    The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearm industry, surveyed likely voters in 18 election battleground states and learned that enforcing existing gun laws and protecting lawful firearms sales is on the forefront of voters’ minds. The survey results can be found here, at NSSF’s website. NSSF learned that 94 percent surveyed are very likely to vote. Nearly three quarters responded they would be more likely to support a political candidate that supported true firearm safety programs. Nearly 60 percent believe a ban on semiautomatic Modern Sporting Rifles (MSRs) would not reduce crime in their community and more than half said law-abiding citizens should be able to choose the type of firearm and amount of legal ammunition for lawful use. More than half also oppose a ban on MSRs. Click here to see the full infographic More than half believe self-defense is the primary motivation for firearm ownership....
    The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Friday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. ________________________ STRESS TESTS: The Federal Reserve is making modifications to the way it performs stress tests on banks due to the virus outbreak. Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles said Friday that this years modifications include adding three new scenarios to see how well banks respond to them. The scenarios include a rapid V-shaped recovery that regains much of the output and employment lost by the end of this year; a slower, more U-shaped recovery in which only a small share of lost output and employment is regained in 2020; and a W-shaped double dip recession with a short-lived recovery followed by a severe drop in activity later this year due to a second...
    During a record number of firearm sales in the first part of the year, more than 2 million Americans became first-time gun owners, a firearms trade association said Monday. Firearms retailers estimated that 40 percent of their gun sales during the first four months of 2020 were to first-time buyers, according to a survey by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), an American national trade association for the firearms industry. GUN SALES BREAK MAY RECORD AMID CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, RIOTS “The early part of 2020 has been unlike any other year for firearm purchases - particularly by first-time buyers - as new NSSF research reveals millions of people chose to purchase their first gun during the COVID-19 pandemic,” the association said. Personal protection, followed by target shooting and hunting, was the main driver leading to “more than 2.5 million new gun owners in a very short period of time,” the NSSF said. The data indicated...
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