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Gun Policy News, 20 October 1998


20 October 1998


First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton Monday called on the United States to pay its debts to the United Nations and to fund UN family planning programs around the world. "The issue of paying our UN arrears remains entangled in the issue of family planning overseas," Mrs. Clinton said in an address to the Foreign Policy Association, which was honoring her at a fund-raising dinner. "I respect those who in good faith are against family planning. But that is not an issue to... (

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20 October 1998

USA Today

Amid the welter of campaign advertisements stressing education, Social Security, taxes and family values this fall, Democrats in populous states have turned to a topic little discussed in Washington this year: gun control. In one ad, Democratic candidate for governor Buddy MacKay says he wants to "close the loophole" in Florida law that allows purchases of weapons at gun shows without a background check. "That's crazy," MacKay says. The GOP's candidate for the same... (

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20 October 1998

St. Louis Post Dispatch / Scripps Howard

One group of merchants thinks President Clinton is very good for business. "President Clinton is the best salesman I have ever had," Pete Cutelli said with a loud laugh. "Every time Clinton starts talking about gun control, business goes up at gun shows," said Mr. Cutelli, who puts on the St. Louis Weapon Collectors Gun & Knife shows. Mr. Clinton's latest anti-gun remarks and the pending implementation of the "permanent" Brady gun-control act on Nov. 30 have sent... (

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