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Supreme Court / Gun Control / Chicago, Illinois #968950

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 28, 2010
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(Pensacola Beach, Florida: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jan Crawford) The Supreme Court ruling on the handgun ban in Chicago examined; details given about the split of the court along liberal-conservative lines with the majority opinion on the Second Amendment from Justice Samuel Alito & the minority opinion for Justice John Paul Stevens. [Ban challenger Otis McDONALD††, NRA's Wayne LaPIERRE†, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence president Paul HELMKE†- react to the ruling.]

(Pensacola Beach, Florida: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Cynthia Bowers) The question as to whether the gun ban in Chicago is doing any good in preventing shootings & murders examined; scenes shown from the site of a shooting; details given of the prospects for regulations for gun ownership. [Plaintiff Colleen LAWSON‡, Mayor Richard DALEY, police officer Ron HOLT‡- comment on the gun ban in Chicago.]

Smith, Harry;
Crawford, Jan;
Bowers, Cynthia

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