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Gun control gets unlikely backers on Capitol Hill

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Prominent gun-rights advocates in Congress are now calling for a national discussion about restrictions to curb gun violence, signaling that the horrific shooting at a Connecticut elementary school could be a tipping point in a debate that has been dormant for years. "Everything should be on the table," West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin declared Monday. He is a conservative...

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