Senators seek deal on gun-sale background checks
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A bipartisan quartet of senators, including two National Rifle Association members and two with "F" ratings from the potent firearms lobby, are quietly trying to find a compromise on expanding the requirement for gun-sale background checks.
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