Tucson Shooting Renews Gun Control Debate

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Harold Bursztajn, M.D. co-founder, Massachusetts Mental Health Center's Program in Psychiatry and the Law
Stephen Hunter, author, Dead Zero

The January shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) and 18 others in Tucson has reignited two issues in the debate over guns in America: the legality of extended magazine clips like the one used by the suspected shooter, and access to firearms by the mentally ill.

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