Assault Weapon Ban Backed In Polls But May Expire

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The 10-year-old federal ban on some assault-style weapons will expire Sept. 13 unless extended by Congress. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay is unlikely to bring it to a vote. President George W. Bush has endorsed an extension but is not actively pushing Congress to take action. Knight-Ridder Newspapers says that “tensions are high on both
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