July 22nd, 2012
01:28 PM ET

Covering the Colorado Massacre

Bob Cusack, Ana Marie Cox and Ramesh Ponnuru join Howard Kurtz to discuss how the shooting in Aurora, CO was covered by the media.

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    I'll try to sneak an opinion into this busy comment forum .

    The NRA is powerful in WA because they have a lot of members who agree with their policies. Few agree with journalists. BTW, the weapons used in the Columbine massacre would not have fallen under an "assault" weapons ban.

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    July 23, 2012 at 10:41 pm | Reply
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