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The roster of Republican presidential hopefuls who flocked to the National Rifle Association's annual convention reflects the political potency of gun rights. That's despite the group's eroding revenues and an opposition movement that's growing increasingly vocal as the drumbeat of mass shootings marches on. 

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“I’d seen this horse out last weekend and knew she was going to be a pile of fun. I just couldn’t quit riding, I had to keep riding and work hard.” — Garrett Cunningham

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With a vote expected Thursday, Montana’s senators are divided on a bipartisan bill to address mass shootings by tightening gun laws while expanding mental health programs and school security.

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