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Senate GOP moves gun bill atop list
Democrats angered by move on measure to guard against suits

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate Republicans on Tuesday moved the National Rifle Association's top priority ahead of a $491 billion defense bill, setting up a vote on legislation to shield firearms manufacturers and dealers from lawsuits over gun crimes.

Completion of the defense bill, which the Senate had been debating for a week, will now be delayed until fall. Democrats were incensed.

"What's happening on this gun liability bill is really despicable," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat. "To put that ahead of the defense bill, I think, is the most distorted priorities I can possibly conceive of."

07.27.05

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