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Gun Policy News


16 March 2000


WASHINGTON — The White House criticised a National Rifle Association official on Thursday for saying there was "blood" on President Bill Clinton's hands because of the 1999 killing of basketball coach Ricky Birdsong and urged the group to abandon such "sick rhetoric." White House spokesman Joe Lockhart attacked National Rifle Association (NRA) Executive Wayne LaPierre for the remark as he urged the Republican-led Congress to repudiate the gun lobby's rhetoric and to... (

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