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House Judiciary to return from August recess to consider gun bills

CBS News Friday, 16 August 2019
"To keep our communities safe, we must act," said committee chair Jerry Nadler
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News video: House Committee To End Recess Early To Work On Gun Bills

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The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee is cutting its summer recess short to consider legislation to combat gun violence.

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