What obstacles are in the way of gun laws years after Newtown massacre?

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It was three years ago that 26 people, both adults and school children were killed in a senseless massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.

John Kelley, a spokesperson for the Newtown Action Alliance, an organization founded by residents of Newtown lobbying for stricter gun laws, talks to us about sensible gun laws.

For more information on the Newtown Action Alliance, refer to this link.


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