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Magan Saving lights a candle after midnight behind the Century 16 Theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 21, 2012. REUTERS/Jeremy Papasso

Magan Saving lights a candle after midnight behind the Century 16 Theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 21, 2012. REUTERS/Jeremy Papasso

Magan Saving lights a candle after midnight behind the Century 16 Theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 21, 2012. REUTERS/Jeremy Papasso
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Justin Konye (C) places candles with other mourners during a vigil for victims behind a theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2012. REUTERS/ Jeremy Papasso

Justin Konye (C) places candles with other mourners during a vigil for victims behind a theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2012. REUTERS/ Jeremy Papasso

Justin Konye (C) places candles with other mourners during a vigil for victims behind a theater where a gunman open fire at moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2012. REUTERS/ Jeremy Papasso
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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock speaks during a civil unions supporters rally in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2012 file photograph. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock speaks during a civil unions supporters rally in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2012 file photograph. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock speaks during a civil unions supporters rally in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2012 file photograph. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files
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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) is pictured during a media event about new legislation to amend the background check system for guns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this March 15, 2011 file photograph. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) is pictured during a media event about new legislation to amend the background check system for guns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this March 15, 2011 file photograph. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) is pictured during a media event about new legislation to amend the background check system for guns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this March 15, 2011 file photograph. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files
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