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Shootings will again force Congress to take up gun control

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The deadly shooting at a Connecticut elementary school on Friday is likely to force Congress to consider major gun control legislation for the first time in nearly two decades, though it will be difficult for lawmakers to approve any new restrictions. The House and Senate last debated a significant gun bill in 1994, when Democrat Bill Clinton was president and  Democrat Tom Foley was...

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