Chicago aims to stop straw purchases of guns

Law enforcement officials in Chicago are working to crack down on an illegal practice called straw purchases, which involves a person buying a gun on someone else's behalf. It comes as the city continues to experience high levels of gun violence, including more 2,300 shootings this year. Correspondent Charlie De Mar reports.

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