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Gun Control / Bloomberg and LaPierre #1048002

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 25, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ron Mott) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ad campaign aimed at boosting support for universal background checks in the Senate’s upcoming gun control vote featured; ad from Mayors against Illegal Guns shown; Quinnipiac University poll findings cited; map shown of states where the ads will air; gun lobby robocall tape played. [On “Meet the Press,” BLOOMBERG – notes representatives will pay a price for voting against what 90 percent of the public wants.] [On “Meet the Press,” NRA head Wayne LaPIERRE – supports illegal weapons enforcement over background checks.] [Newtown, Connecticut resident Tom MAURATH†- reacts to the robocall.] [NBC deputy political director Domenico MONTANARO†- comments on the difficulty of getting legislation through.]

Williams, Brian;
Mott, Ron

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