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Tucson shooting survivor blasts Gosar for response to staffer’s violent messages (access required)

A survivor of the Jan. 8 Tucson shooting rampage has blasted U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar for his tame response to a staffer who posted violent messages on Twitter. In a letter to Gosar, Patricia Maisch, who witnessed the shooting spree but wasn’t injured, said she was “disturbed and astonished” that the Northern Arizona Republican didn’t have ...

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