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Mass. House Speaker DeLeo Backing Effort To Tighten Access To GunsMassachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he's hoping to revive a bill aimed at denying state gun licenses to anyone on a terrorist watch list or no-fly list.
House Democrats Stage Sit-In Seeking Vote On Gun Control MeasuresHouse Democrats staged a sit-down protest Wednesday, seeking a vote on gun control measures following the Orlando nightclub shooting.
Gun Control Issue Not Resonating As Key Issue For NH PrimaryGun-control issues that have resonated across the nation barely register among voters getting ready for Tuesday's New Hampshire presidential primary.
Lowell To Require Essays For Unrestricted Gun LicensesAfter a new policy was recently approved by the Lowell City Council, applicants who apply for unrestricted licenses could be required to supply letters of recommendation, take a safety course, and write an essay stating why they should be allowed to carry openly.
Boston Widow Says Obama's Gun Control Actions Fall ShortAs President Obama threw his executive authority behind gun control by implementing stricter background checks, one Boston woman said she's left wanting more.
Tearful President Obama Announces Executive Actions On Gun ControlPresident Obama wiped tears from his cheeks as he spoke emotionally about the victims of gun violence.
City, State Leaders Unveiling Boston Gun Control BillboardGun control advocates in Boston are unveiling their latest billboard on the third anniversary of the Newtown massacre.
NightSide - John Rosenthal Talks Gun Control
New Billboards Praising Massachusetts Gun Laws Taken DownNewly installed billboards praising the state's gun laws have been removed after a pro-gun group said they were misleading
Boston Gun Control Billboard Coming DownAn iconic Boston billboard is coming down – at least temporarily.
Bradley Jay: ‘Lets Go Shooting.’Bradley Jay shares a serious firearms experience. Watch the video.
Grossman Targets Coakley In Debate With Head Of Mass. Gun LobbyMassachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman faced off against the state's gun lobby director in an informal debate Thursday meant to highlight what the Democratic candidate for governor says is the failure of a party primary opponent — Attorney General Martha Coakley — to embrace tougher gun control.

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