Obama, Biden gun control proposals assailed as ‘light’ on Hollywood, gaming industry

In the days following last month’s massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.,  President Obama promised to convene a broad national dialogue about the causes of gun violence. But in the proposals that the president put forward on Wednesday, selected from a range of options prepared for him by Vice President Biden, critics noticed what they considered to be a large hole.

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Democratic National Committee chief predicts Dems ‘are going to hold the Senate’Comments Off

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Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney leading the 2016 fieldComments Off

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