(Continued from page 1) According to Angelo Amador, the NRA’s vice president of labor and workforce policy, said the meetings were productive and all parties were enthusiastic about the prospects for moving the measure forward. “We’re firmly behind this bill,” he said. “We understand we need to be careful going forward. “We need a strong vote in the Senate to get the House moving,” he added. Scott DeFife, the NRA’s executive vice ...

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