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Sunday Cover (Gun Violence: Million Mom March) #393821

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 07, 2000
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(Studio: John Roberts) The planning behind the Million Mom March on Washington, DC, against gun violence featured. [Million Mom March's Donna DEES-THOMASES - recalls the Granada Hills shooting; says mothers fear for their children.] [Million Mom March's Carole PRICE - says children should not fear getting shot; recalls the shooting death of her son.] The march's call for handgun registration, licensing, closing gun show loopholes and safety locks outlined. [Second Amendment Sisters Joanne CHISENA, Melinda GIERISCH - oppose the Million Mom March's position on guns.] [PRICE - calls for accountability.]

Roberts, John

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