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Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence – Most Dangerous Street

By April 19, 2019 2 Comments

Every week nearly 40 people are shot on the streets of Chicago. And every week Chicago carries on. But it would be impossible to ignore if we put all the gun violence on one street. Together, we can make every street safe. Support the SAFE Act at


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