State leaders say they will work together to try to reduce gun-related crimes.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (KDKA) — Governor Tom Wolf says gun violence in Pennsylvania has to stop.

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He held a press conference in Philadelphia on Friday, along with state Attorney General Josh Shapiro and several other local and state leaders.

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They say they will work together to try to reduce gun-related crimes.

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Gov. Wolf says several steps need to be taken to reduce gun violence in the state, including recognizing inequities in health and education, along with taking steps toward criminal justice reform.