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Published on Jan 7, 2013
Reducing gun violence has been a top priority for local and national politicians after last month's deadly school shooting in Connecticut. Miami radio personality Enrique Santos, who volunteers as a reserve Miami police officer, has pledged to promote the gun buyback on his morning show that airs on Mix 98.3 FM. That morning show is syndicated and aired in 11 other markets around the country, leading Santos to hope his discussion of Miami's effort might inspire similar events in other cities. After the Connecticut shooting, "you feel impotent that you weren't able to do more, that you can't do more," Santos said. "Starting the new year, we can do more ... it's my responsibility to step up to the plate."