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Reid: Tough Work Still Ahead on Gun Proposals

Supporters of tougher gun laws have won a key vote in the Senate -- but according to Majority Leader Harry Reid, "The hard work starts now."

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Hans Neleman, Getty Images
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NJ Report Calls For More Control of Guns, Games

A report to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on preventing violence calls for stricter gun control, regulation of video games and more help for the mentally ill.

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NJ Gun Control Stressed After Accidental Child Shooting [AUDIO]

The case of the 4-year-old who accidentally shot a 6-year-old in the head in Toms River has stunned the state.

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Bill Clark, Getty Images)
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Bill Clark, Getty Images)
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U.S. Senate Sets Showdown Gun Vote For Thursday

The Senate's top Democrat says there will be a showdown vote on Thursday on his party's effort to enact new gun restrictions.

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Obama Warns GOP: Don’t Block Gun Bill

President Barack Obama says the contentious debate over gun control measures "shouldn't be about politics." He's warning Republican lawmakers against using delay tactics to sink legislation.

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Boxes of ammunition sit on the shelf at Sportsmans Arms in Petaluma, California (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Laws, Rumors Have Ammo Flying Off Store Shelves

Gun enthusiasts concerned about new weapon controls and alarmed by rumors of government hoarding are buying bullets practically by the bushel, making it hard for stores nationwide to keep shelves stocked and even putting a pinch on some local law enforcement departments.

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Gun Control Tougher Than Immigration, Obama Says

President Barack Obama says passing new gun control measures will be a tougher slog than immigration reform.

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Obama Lauds Colorado’s New Gun Laws

President Barack Obama says Colorado's newly passed gun laws show there doesn't have to be a conflict between protecting the constitutional right to own a firearm and keeping firearms away from people who should not have them.

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Array from NJ Gun Buy Back in Asbury Park & Keansbug (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
Array from NJ Gun Buy Back in Asbury Park & Keansbug (Rosetta Key, Townsquare Media)
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NJ Must Get Serious About Gun Control Lawmaker Says

A national Gannett report detailing major weaknesses in New Jersey’s mental health background checks for firearms purchases as spurred the Assembly Majority Leader to call for action. Assembly Democratic Leader Lou Greenwald says the legislature must strengthen the state’s mental health background check system in order to prevent future tragedies.

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AC Gang Takedown Highlights Need For Gun Control, Lawmaker Says

Dozens of criminal street gang members who allegedly used threats, intimidation and violence to maintain control of the illegal drug trade in Atlantic City were arrested yesterday in pre-dawn raids.  Today, the Assembly Majority Leader says the bust shows the need for passage of gun control bills already passed by the full Assembly.

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