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“The mass shooting has revived the firearms debate beyond Arizona, and gun-control advocates hope the high-profile attack could push Congress to act.”
“Some gun-control advocates say that access to guns, and ammunition, should be suppressed, with longer wait times that would allow for more extensive background tests.”
“Some Christian leaders also said the shooting shows the need for stricter gun-control laws.”
“Add to this a venomous, racially charged debate on immigration and health care reform, as well as some of the worst gun-control laws in the country.”
“Although those numbers may appear heartening for gun-control advocates, the trend line in the Gallup data paints a far different picture.”
“Already, there's talk of gun-control laws, of legislation regulating the threats you can make against a member of Congress, of security details for legislators.”
“Let's break down the numbers using poll data from Gallup, which has asked this basic gun-control question for the past two years: "In general, do you feel that the laws covering the sale of firearms should be made more strict, less strict, or kept as they are now?”
“Lawmakers are preparing bills in response to Saturday's shooting in Tucson, reports Shira Toeplitz: One of the fiercest gun-control advocates in Congress, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy D-N.Y., pounced on the shooting massacre in Tucson Sunday, promising to introduce legislation as soon as Monday...”
“The Thursday forum -- it's not a hearing because the minority party can't call one -- will feature Sen. Charles Schumer D., N.Y., an official from Mexico's health ministry, a former ATF operations chief, as well as representatives from several groups that advocate tighter gun-control laws.”
“WASHINGTON--The brewing scandal over a federal gun-running probe in Arizona is opening the way for Democrats to raise the issue of more gun-control laws.”
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