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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 28, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Newly released documents about Adam Lanza, the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooter, reviewed; details given about the weapons in the Lanza house. [President OBAMA - says this is the best chance to taken common sense steps on guns.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Cornell Belcher and "Washington Times" columnist Emily Miller about guns, Obama and Sandy Hook. [MILLER - criticizes Obama for exploiting the Newtown tragedy; notes we already have laws in place, but records are not going into the system.] [BELCHER - backs the president for promoting gun background checks.]

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