Gun control in DC.
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A years-old feud between the District of Columbia and the National Rifle Association is raging anew, as the powerful gun lobby throws its might behind GOP legislation aiming to strike down local firearm restrictions.
The showdown centers around the Second Amendment Enforcement Act, introduced last week by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio). The bill is designed to roll back many of the barriers to gun ownership in Washington, D.C.
The emerging battle has once again put the deeply liberal District at “the epicenter” of the national gun debate, according to the congresswoman who represents Washington, D.C.