At Navy Yard memorial, Obama renews call for gun control
Travis Banks

Making perhaps his strongest case to date for gun-control, President Obama on Sunday said the U.S. cannot continue to accept mass shootings like the one seen at the Washington Navy Yard last week.

Speaking at a memorial service killed in last week’s shooting spree, the president again played the role of comforter-in-chief, a duty he’s assumed multiple times during his time in office.

But this time, Mr. Obama made clear that he and lawmakers must do more than grieve with shattered families.

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