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Gun Control / Obama Plan / Mental Health #1037278

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 19, 2013
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The rally across the country against President Obama's plan to control violence reported; photos shown of protests by Guns Across America.

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: John Bentley) The issue of mental health and the ability to buy guns examined; details given of the case of the shooting by Emmanuel Nzambi†† of Mary Moola†† and about the issue of states reporting mental illness files to the federal data base. [Nzambi's attorney Brian PERRY††- says anyone committed to a mental health facility should not be allowed to buy a gun.] [Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen KANE††, Massachusetts state senator David LINSKY††- talk about the mental health/illness issues.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Bentley, John

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