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Washington (CNN) — A past president and current board member of the National Rifle Association affirmed Thursday that the organization has changed its position on background checks for gun sales in recent years.

Sandy Froman said Thursday in a town hall on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” that the organization has changed its position since the organization’s executive vice president, Wayne LaPierre, testified before the House Judiciary Committee in 1999.

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Piers Morgan

On the heels of a polarizing political New Year’s Day – which featured an agreement to stave off the Fiscal Cliff, but no such vote on Hurricane Sandy relief – on Wednesday “Piers Morgan Tonight” guest host Wolf Blitzer welcomed Christine Quinn for her reaction to Congress’s progress:

“I was stunned, it’s really unbelievable,” said the New York City Council Speaker, referring to Speaker John Boehner and the House majority’s refusal to allow a vote on aid for those impacted by the October storm that pounded much of the Eastern seaboard. “We have countless people in New York and New Jersey who’ve been devastated by this storm, and quite frankly, Speaker Boehner just told them to drop dead. And it’s just outrageous.”

Following a tremendous amount of public backlash – most notably from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Republican New York Congressman Peter King of Long Island –…

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CNN Political Ticker

Washington (CNN) – A deal was reached between Congressional leaders and the White House late Monday night, according to a Democratic source.

The agreement brokered by Vice President Joe Biden and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was later signed off on by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid during calls with President Barack Obama, said a source familiar with the deal.

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Introduction – CO108T Local Reporting Blog

Over the years, the Malvern constituency has been plagued by gang related crime. Though these are problems which Malvern has faced for a very long time, there are still people who have been fighting to keep it safe, by offering their time and money towards youth and youth and social related programs which try and help steer people in the right path by offering services which will open doors to further opportunity.

Programs that are trying to do this is Dr. Sheridan Cyrus’ Dentistry at Neilson Rd. and Malvern Family, Women’s Resource center in Malvern Mall and Malvern Christian Assembly. Here’s a look at some of the things they have been doing over the years.

MCA – Malvern Christian Assembly CO108T

Another worker from Dr. Sheridan Cyrus’ Dentist office when asked about the crime rate in Malvern also said that she is also new to the area and hasn’t seen as much crime in recent years, but she has heard that in passed years the crime in Malvern was extremely high.

A part of the reason for the decreasing crime rate in Malvern is because of the outreach programs that have been organized in order to keep young persons off of the street.

A few of the neighboring organizations have gathered together to help keep young persons off the “streets” by trying to get them involved in community activities and offering them help with things like employment . This is a huge for why the crime rate in Malvern has been decreasing.

Malvern Christian Assembly, located on 6705 Sheppard Avenue East is a church which offers many programs for youth such as Prayer Meeting, Men’s Soccer, and Ladies Bible study. It began in September 1981. Now in 2012, the church holds a membership of over 1500 persons from over 45 different nationalities.

They meet at the church every Sunday for worship and accept  visitors.

To learn more visit their website here: