Faith leaders meeting to urge Missouri lawmakers to review gun laws

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ST. LOUIS, MO — Local religious leaders meet Wednesday to urge Missouri lawmakers to do something about gun violence.

They'll be adding their voices to an appeal last week by Archbishop Robert Carlson and three other Missouri bishops.
They signed a statement calling for universal background checks, plus elimination of bump stocks and magazines no larger than 10 rounds.

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