Senate Debates Immunity for Gun Makers

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The Senate begins debating legislation, backed by the White House, that would grant gun makers and gun dealers sweeping protection from lawsuits arising from gun-related crimes. With some senators under election-year pressures, the bill easily passed a key test vote Wednesday, but it may be amended in coming days. NPR's David Welna reports.



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