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Supreme Court / Gun Control / Washington, DC #888026

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 16, 2008
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The coming Supreme Court case on the ban of guns in Washington, DC, introduced.

(Supreme Court: Jan Crawford Greenburg) The tough gun laws in Washington, DC, examined; details given about the Second Amendment and an individual's right to keep and bear arms. [In upstate New York, Raymond and Joy PAPPIN‡- comment on their guns.] [DC resident who filed lawsuit against the ban, Shelly PARKER††, DC Mayor Adrian FENTY†, Kennesaw, Georgia, police department Lt. Craig GRAYDON†, Brady Campaign Paul HELMKE†- offer differing opinions on guns.] How Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts' court may rule on guns discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Greenburg, Jan Crawford

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