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NEW YORK — As New York City and other areas around the country grapple with a spike in gun violence, President Joe Biden spoke with a group of community leaders, including Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams, who were invited to the White House to discuss mitigation and prevention measures. 

Erica Ford, the founder of the anti-gun violence and community advocacy group Life Camp, joined the PIX11 Morning News to discuss Biden’s push for more police officers on city streets and more.

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