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Gun control forces seek new path after big loss

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WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a powerful moment on the White House lawn when thousands of guests, the loved ones of slain crime victims among them, crowded in as President Bill Clinton signed a sweeping crime bill that was six years in the making and included a hotly disputed ban on assault weapons. "Today, at last, the waiting ends," Clinton said on that day in 1994. "Today, the bickering stops,...