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Gun Control #629786

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 25, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) The lawsuit filed by Los Angeles, California, and other California cities against gun makers reported. [Los Angeles City Attorney James HAHN - talks about stopping gun violence.] [Handgun Control; Incorporated Dennis HENIGAN - says gun makers are feeling pressure.] [American Sport Shooting Council Bob RICKER - says guns will become more expensive.]

(Washington: Lisa Myers) The shifting attitudes toward gun control reported; the activities of the Bell anti-gun campaign reported. [Father of victim Steven YOUNG - says people have had it with the gun industry.] [Talk show host Rosie O'DONNELL - criticizes the use of assault weapons.] [Actor Tom SELLECK - says he didn't come on the show to debate.] [GOP Pollster Linda DIVALL - explains where the opinions shifted.] [Radio show CALLER - supports reasonable restrictions.] [House Speaker Representative Dennis HASTERT - says there should be no rush to judgment.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa;
Williams, Pete

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