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Gun Suit Reform Could Be Shot Down

Thursday, February 26, 2004

The Senate is poised to pass legislation that will rein in lawsuits against gun makers and retailers, such as those that claim that gun makers should “know and foresee” that crimes will be committed with the guns they sell. Yet, amendments to extend the Clinton gun ban and to further regulate gun shows face close votes. These amendments threaten to kill the bill in conference committee, yet some senators are simultaneously promising to vote for the bill but also promising gun control groups that they are "solid" for the gun show and assault weapons amendments.

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