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14.06.2013

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Six Months After Newtown, Battle Over Gun Control Continues MP3

Twenty-six seconds of silence were observed in honor of the victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School at a memorial organized to mark six months since the massacre. Margaret Warner reports on how lawmakers and activists are engaged in the debate about new forms of gun control. Source: pbs.org

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