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r/News_Blindspot
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= Business owner and ammunition salesman associated with the illegal online sale of handgun ammunition to a minor that was used in a Texas high school mass shooting appointed to Tennessee Board of Education. =


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"Tennessee lawmakers have confirmed the governor’s appointment of a businessman to the State Board of Education despite lawsuits over his company’s sale of ammunition online, including the bullets used in a mass shooting at a Texas high school."
-The Washington Times
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