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Biden set to nominate gun-control advocate as next ATF head: report

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More On: atf Gun manufacturers, federal regulators to meet on ghost guns New suspects sought in relation to Minneapolis protest fires Bloods gang member threatened federal agent, witness at trial: prosecutors California gun traffickers used Snapchat to sell illegal firearms President Biden is set to nominate an official from a top gun-control group to head up the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, a report said Wednesday, as the commander-in-chief looks to tamp down mass shootings across the country. David Chipman, a former ATF special agent now serving as a senior policy adviser at Giffords — an advocacy group founded by former congresswoman and mass-shooting survivor Gabrielle Giffords — will get the nod, two sources familiar with Biden’s thinking told The Washington Post. A Detroit native, Chipman previously spent 25 years with ATF, and is an expert on topics including ghost guns and assault weapons, according to a profile on Giffords’ website.

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