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ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1999
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Miller) President Clinton's proposal to end the loophole in the Brady gun control law that allows gun purchases at shows and flea markets without background checks examined; scenes shown from a Tampa, Florida, hostage incident in which the gunman bought the weapon at a gun show. [Undersecretary of the Treasury James JOHNSON - comments on gun show purchases.] [In radio address, CLINTON - asks that the loophole be closed.] [Rose City Gun Collectors Kenneth GLASS, National Rifle Assn. Wayne LaPIERRE - complain.] [Deputy attorney general Eric HOLDER - expects opposition to the proposals.]

Miller, John;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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