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Push for US Gun Reform Gets a Boosti
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April 11, 2013 2:22 AM
The push to reform U.S. gun laws got a boost, Wednesday, after key U.S. senators unveiled a bipartisan proposal to subject gun purchasers to more-rigorous scrutiny. As VOA Senate correspondent Michael Bowman reports, gun reform appears to be gaining political momentum in Washington -- four months after a mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school.

Push for US Gun Reform Gets a Boost

Published April 10, 2013

The push to reform U.S. gun laws got a boost, Wednesday, after key U.S. senators unveiled a bipartisan proposal to subject gun purchasers to more-rigorous scrutiny. As VOA Senate correspondent Michael Bowman reports, gun reform appears to be gaining political momentum in Washington -- four months after a mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school.


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