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TV Hollywood Reviewing Gun Safety Protocols Following Fatal ‘Rust’ Shooting

The major film and TV studios are carefully examining their gun safety policies, reviewing potential changes in the wake of the tragedy in Santa Fe. While conversations are ongoing and no decisions have been made, a drumbeat is growing that a universal ban of real weapons on sets may be the only solution to keep cast and crew safe.

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