Senate gun hearing: Controversy over background checks
Ryan Teague Beckwith, Digital First Media
01/30/2013 01:13:42 PM PST
01/30/2013 01:16:00 PM PST
Mark Kelly, left, husband of critically wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords who was seriously injured in the mass shooting that killed six people in Tucson, Ariz. two years ago, listens as
Wayne LaPierre, right, National Rifle Association Chief Executive Officer, testifies
before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. Also on the panel is David Kopel, second from left, law professor at Strum College in Denver and Gayle Trotter, senior fellow with the Independent Women's Forum. Supporters and opponents of stricter gun control measures faced off at a hearing on what lawmakers should do to curb gun violence in the wake of last month's shooting rampage in Newtown, Ct., that killed 20 schoolchildren. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) (Susan Walsh)
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