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‘Your thoughts and prayers are not enough’: Mother of Buffalo shooting survivor testifies before Congress

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Zeneta Everhart, mother of a survivor of the Buffalo, N.Y. supermarket shooting, testified before the House Oversight Committee about her son and called on lawmakers to pursue new gun laws.