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Oregon Man Advertises For Wife

Sandy McCulloch is walking around the town of Corvallis with a sign around his neck reading: "Wanted: A Wife." McCulloch is 82. He'd take a younger woman, but no younger than 60.
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Mich. Gov. Vetoes Concealed Weapons Bill

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have allowed people with concealed pistol permits to carry guns into schools and other public spaces. He said the legislation did not allow individual places to opt out.
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Pozner Family Finds Solace In Newtown's Support

Funerals continue Wednesday for the victims of the Sandy Hook school shootings, as their friends and families struggle to make sense of the tragedy. The family of 6-year-old Noah Pozner explains how they are beginning to deal with the loss.
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Newtown Inches Forward After School Massacre

Except for Sandy Hook Elementary, schools are open in Newtown, Conn. Last week's deadly shooting has the town reeling. A gunman killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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Conn. Senator Introduces Ban On Assault Weapons

David Greene talks with Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut about the prospects for gun-control legislation in the next Congress. Blumenthal has spent the past several days in Newtown, where more than 20 people were killed in a school massacre.
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What Does A Gun Debate Mean For Retailers?

Retailers that sell firearms are facing some difficult choices following the Sandy Hook tragedy. One of the largest outlets for firearms, Dick's Sporting Goods, says it is suspending sales of certain kinds of rifles during a "time of national mourning." Wal-Mart has removed a website-listing for a rifle similar to the one used by the gunman.

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