Despite online ammo bill, many Democrats still won't touch gun policy
July 30th, 2012
04:49 PM ET
2 years ago

Despite online ammo bill, many Democrats still won't touch gun policy

Washington (CNN) - When Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York unveiled their bill Monday to regulate the online and mail-order sale of ammunition, they did so in a state most friendly to Democrats - New York.

But across the country, voters might not be as receptive. Gun control can be seen as political quicksand for Democratic lawmakers.

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  1. rb

    Iran is doing it all wrong. First step is to cosy up to the US and offer us cheap oil... then ask for help and support to move their nuclear program forward as a " friend and ally" It worked for Saddam. Before he was our enemy he was actually our friend. We supplied him with the nerve gas he used against the Kurds and Iran, He gave us cheap oil. We are fickle so people tend to forget this little detail.

    July 31, 2012 03:17 am at 3:17 am |
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