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NRA Ad Targets Obama Gun Control

The National Rifle Association (NRA) pushed back against President Obama’s calls for gun control in his State of the Union address, arguing the proposals would lead to “confiscation” of citizens’ firearms. A new Web video released Tuesday night from the nation’s largest gun lobby sought to rebuff the president’s impassioned call for lawmakers to vote on a package of measures including bans on the sale of assault weapons, high-capacity clips and instituting mandatory background checks/Jonathan Easley, The Hill. More here.

Question: What was your reaction to President Obama's call for a vote on gun control measures in his State of the Union address?




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