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AAPI Voters In Nevada Talk Economy, Inflation; Gun Legislation Moves Through Congress

AAPI Voters In Nevada Talk Economy, Inflation; Gun Legislation Moves Through Congress

Update: 2022-06-151
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Ahead of those elections, NPR held discussions with Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voters in the Nevada about their concerns and priorities ahead of the midterms, ranging from the cost of living to gun violence.

Then, a look at what Congress is doing to address gun violence in the wake of mass shootings in Buffalo, N.Y., and Uvalde, Texas, and whether any legislation has a chance of passing.

Read more: https://www.npr.org/1103894544

This episode: congressional correspondents Kelsey Snell and Susan Davis, political correspondent Juana Summers and political reporter Barbara Sprunt

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AAPI Voters In Nevada Talk Economy, Inflation; Gun Legislation Moves Through Congress

AAPI Voters In Nevada Talk Economy, Inflation; Gun Legislation Moves Through Congress

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