U.S. struggles over which gun crimes to prosecute

| January 30, 2013

U.S. struggles over which gun crimes to prosecute

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A dispute erupted at a congressional hearing on Wednesday over which existing gun-control laws were worth enforcing, even as lawmakers debated whether to pass new ones. The flashes of anger underscored the deep divisions in America's gun culture. "You do not support background checks for all buyers of firearms?" Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont asked the head of …

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