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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The visit by shooting victim former Representative Gabrielle Giffords to Newtown, Connecticut, site of the December 14 school shooting, and a photo of President Obama after he got word of the massacre shown.
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) A provision in the affordable health care bill pushed by the NRA preventing doctors form keeping records on patients' guns noted. [In interview, "Washington Post," reporter Peter WALLSTEN - says the NRA lobbied and got Senator Harry Reid to put the provision in the bill; notes the NRA opposition to funding on gun research because of fears of discrimination against gun ownership: thus no data exists.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live interview held with Dr. Carolyn McClanahan about the NRA intrusion into health care laws; statistics on guns and kids cited. [MCCLANAHAN- calls the restrictions on talking about gun control as in Florida bad and there are legal penalties in Florida for doctors; states physicians want firearms research and to provide basic gun education.]
- Gupta, Sanjay
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