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Crime Bill / Assault Weapons Ban #358611

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 1994
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(Studio: Dana King) Report introduced.

(Washington: Linda Taira) Customers stocking up on assault weapons before the new crime bill goes into effect featured; scenes shown from a gun store. [CLERK - talks to a customer about running out of supplies.] [New York gun store manager Joe PARKHILL, customer Frederick WILT, Virginia gun store owner Hayward LONG, customer William KENNEDY - comment.] The rules of the assault weapons ban outlined on screen. [Retired police officer Roy IRVIN, handgun control advocate Susan WHITMORE - offer differing opinions on guns.] Another bill regarding firearms, the Brady 2 bill, reported up in Congress.

King, Dana;
Taira, Linda

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