Weaning Away from Smoking and Shooting

January 2013
Moderate Voice;1/30/2013, p14
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The article offers news briefs related to gun control in the U.S. in 2013. Sportscaster Bob Costas has discussed with Jon Stewart on the "Daily Show" regarding his comments on the link of gun use to football violence. The need to inform the public about the fatal effect of cigarettes has re-emerged in the country. It notes the move of the National Rifle Association (NFA) to restrict gun reform.


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