Kerry, Bush Discuss Gun Ban Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry says President Bush did not do enough to urge the Republican-controlled Congress to extend a 10-year federal ban on the sale of assault weapons that expired Monday. Bush aides maintain the president did everything he could. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Kerry and Bush Trade Blows on Gun-Ban Lapse

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Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry says President Bush did not do enough to urge the Republican-controlled Congress to extend a 10-year federal ban on the sale of assault weapons that expired Monday. Bush aides maintain the president did everything he could. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.