Report: Dianne Feinstein’s assault-gun ban didn’t work

by By Carolyn Lochhead, SF Gate  |  published on September 25, 2014

The nonprofit news organization Pro Publica has a story out Wednesday saying one of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s first achievements upon taking office more than two decades ago didn’t work.

That’s her assault weapons ban, which passed the Senate by one vote in 1994 during the Clinton administration. The ban expired a decade later, during the George W. Bush administration, and Feinstein has been trying to pass it again ever since.

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