Illinois residents demand strict gun laws after July 4th shooting

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At least six people were killed and dozens injured after a shooting at a July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois Monday. Area residents told China Media Group reporters that only stricter gun control laws can prevent mass shootings.

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