The gun-debate rhetoric has been constant in the months since the Newtown shooting in Connecticut in December.
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Says Virginia, Florida and Georgia are the three states that are the principal source for gun trafficking. — U.S. Rep. Jim Moran of Virginia, during a Feb. 27, 2013, House debate on gun violence