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Smith & Wesson 442, and Glock 21 guns are on display from CMP Distributors, Inc., Lansing, at the 13th Annual Great Lakes Homeland Security Training Conference and Expo at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids Tuesday, May 1, 2012. (Cory Morse/AP)
Smith & Wesson 442, and Glock 21 guns are on display from CMP Distributors, Inc., Lansing, at the 13th Annual Great Lakes Homeland Security Training Conference and Expo at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids Tuesday, May 1, 2012. (Cory Morse/AP)

The Senate will be voting on a bill that would require background checks for gun sales at gun shows. However, the bill would not require background checks on gun sales from private sellers or ban assault weapons. Still, this is the first federal legislative effort in 20 years.

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John Rosenthal, Founder of Stop Handgun Violence

 

This segment aired on April 12, 2013.

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