NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 11, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Wilmington, DE: Kelly O'Donnell) The upcoming Million Mom March in Washington, DC, to support gun control reported; the stories of two mothers who will attend the march examined. [Mother Brenda JASKOLKA - says she is an activist for everyone; talks about living with a son paralyzed by a bullet.] [Mother Janet HOFFMAN - says she is marching to control guns; says children must be trained to use guns.] [Father Greg JASKOLKA - says he has seen too many gun wounds.]
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