Advocates from both sides meet in the middle to talk gun control

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    A worker assembles a handgun at the new Beretta plant in Gallatin

    A worker assembles a handgun at the new Beretta plant in Gallatin

    Is it possible to have a civil discourse on the divisive issue of gun control legislation? Attendees at Beth Sholom Congregation in Elkins Park will find out Wednesday evening when they hear from those on both sides of the issue.

    NewsWorks Tonight’s Dave Heller sat down with Chelsea Parsons, vice president of guns and crime policy from the Center for American Progress, and Adam Bates, policy analyst for the Cato Institute project on criminal justice. He got a preview of Wednesday’s event.

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