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Insider's Report (National Rifle Association) #601611

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 04, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Representative Tom Foley reported stating the crime bill will soon pass.

(Chantilly, Virginia: Lisa Myers) The NRA's strategy for battling gun control and recruiting new members examined. [Two gun OWNERS - complain.] [3 strikes organizer Jack CARLSON, National Rifle Assn. executive director Wayne LAPIERRE - talk about the National Rifle Assn. role in pushing three-strikes legislation.] [American Firearms Association head Ernest LISSABET, NRA chief lobbyist Tanya METASKA - offer views on militancy and compromise.] [Violence Policy Center director Josh SUGARMANN - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:03:40

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