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Washington, DC Million Mom March / Gun Control #435034

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 14, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Nelson) Report introduced.

(White House: Kelly Wallace) The Million Mom March for gun control in Washington, DC, and other cities featured; scenes shown of a rally in Washington; television commercials shown. [President CLINTON - says the marchers should not be intimidated by the National Rifle Association] [New Jersey mom Christine O'BRIEN - says the maternal instinct should not be underestimated.] [NRA's Wayne LaPIERRE - comments.] [First Lady Hillary CLINTON - talks to voters.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) The return of FBI gun check data bases after the computers had been off-line reported.

Nelson, Brian;
Wallace, Kelly

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