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Save your money and skip the fax survey. The Associated Press announced the results of their own (and, one can only hope, legal) poll on gun control in the wake of the 13 murders and 2 suicides at Columbine High School. Some 51 percent of Americans favor some reform of gun laws, up 9 percent from surveys conducted prior to the Colorado tragedy, and 40 percent of those surveyed believed parents should be held criminally liable if their children use guns in the commission of a crime.

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