Bipartisan House group pushes gun trafficking proposal

| February 5, 2013

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two Republicans and two Democrats took a first bipartisan step toward new gun restrictions on Tuesday by introducing a bill in the House of Representatives to crack down on gun trafficking to criminals. The bill, strongly backed by law enforcement groups, would strengthen penalties on "straw purchasers," who buy guns for those who are barred by law from buying their own …

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