WASHINGTON – Gun-control measures that once seemed destined to become law after the school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, are in jeopardy amid a fierce lobbying campaign by firearms advocates.
Despite months of intense negotiations, key senators have been unable to find a workable plan for near-universal background checks on gun purchases — an idea that polls show 9 in 10 Americans support.
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