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National Rifle Association / Gun Control #319605

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 30, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Wichita, Kansas: Gary Reaves) Proposed handgun waiting period law in Wichita discussed. [WOMAN - describes seeing neighbor being shot with handgun.] Ex-boyfriend of victim Brenda Warburton reported shooting her and then himself with handgun he had just purchased. [WARBURTON - describes incident.] [Wichita city council spokesperson Greg FERRIS - comments on situation.] Gun control law noted opposed by National Rifle Assn. and gun activists. [Gun activist John NAGEL - criticizes proposed law.] National Rifle Assn. reported losing influence with regard to handgun waiting period laws. [Cincinnati, Ohio, police ofr. Andrew RABY, police chief Lawrence WEILAND - comment on crime and handguns.] [National Rifle Assn. spokesperson Wayne LaPIERRE, pro-gun activist Judy NAGEL - say that criminals will find weapons regardless of law.] Doug Marx noted killing his children and then himself with handgun. [Marx's father Ralph MARX - comments on civilization.] Proposed law noted going to vote here next year

Reaves, Gary;
Schieffer, Bob

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