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17 March 2000

New York Times

WASHINGTON — A growing number of prominent Republicans say they feel deeply uncomfortable with the harsh battle of words pitting President Clinton against the National Rifle Association, and, as a result, have begun urging passage of long-stalled gun control legislation in Congress this year. A number of Republicans who have strongly opposed strict gun control efforts in the past-including Representative J. C. Watts Jr. of Oklahoma, who has appeared in advertisements... (

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