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15 March 2000

Washington Times

Congressional Republicans fear they will be hurt by the increasingly bitter rhetorical duel between the National Rifle Association and the White House. "I don't know anybody who wants to discuss it," House Majority Leader Dick Armey, Texas Republican, told The Washington Times yesterday. "It's not a good discussion." Republican staffers say the angry war of words between President Clinton and NRA Vice President Wayne R. LaPierre Jr. could hurt them in the November... (GunPolicy.org)

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