Senate ready to launch gun control debate
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate is ready to launch an emotion-charged debate on new gun restrictions, four months after the carnage at a Connecticut elementary school spurred President Barack Obama and Congress to address firearms violence.
By ALAN FRAM
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