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Gun Laws / Ryan Interview #1140137

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 08, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Senator Mitch McConnell is saying about the Senate will deal with background checks for guns right after the Congressional recess introduced. [feb. 28, 2018, Senator Chris MURPHY@- says it is time for the president to step up against the power of the NRA: they will do what is right.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with presidential candidate Representative Tim Ryan about gun laws; scenes shown from a rally on Kentucky. [From Louisville, RYAN - offers views on putting political pressure on the gun issue: getting weapons of war off the streets like El Paso & Dayton, Ohio how "these guys" slow walk things, but El Paso & Dayton has lit fire in the US from the bottom up.]

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