Chicago gun violence: What victims’ families thought of Obama’s speech

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CHICAGO – President Obama addressed a conference of law enforcement officials in Chicago Tuesday and spoke about the issue of gun violence.

But what did those affected by gun violence in Chicago think about the president's speech?

WGN’s Tom Negovan spoke with the family of Blair Holt, a Chicago teen who was shot to death in 2007.

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