Congress Nears Agreements On Guns And Immigration

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April 10 TOTN Junkie segment

Ken Rudin, NPR's Political Junkie
John Gramlich, staff writer for legal affairs, CQ Roll Call
Anna Palmer, reporter, Politico

A bipartisan group of senators announced an agreement Wednesday on gun legislation. If passed by Congress, the agreement would require all buyers, even those at gun shows, to pass a check by a federally licensed dealer. The Senate's bipartisan Gang of Eight is also nearing a deal on immigration.

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