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In wake of shootings, WI Dems want commission to study issues

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Assembly Democrats are calling for a deeper look into what has caused a spate of mass shootings around the country, including two in the last five months in Wisconsin. Minority Leader Peter Barca, a Kenosha Democrat, says he plans to talk to Republican Governor Scott Walker tomorrow about setting up a bipartisan commission to examine mass shootings. Representative Fred Kessler, a Milwaukee Democrat, meanwhile says he's working on several bills to address mental health, ammunition and assault weapons.

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