US gun control: Campaign to block law change

US National Rifle Association wants to keep a loophole allowing people convicted of abuse to own firearms.

    A loophole in US laws allows people convicted of domestic and sexual abuse to own guns and the US’s biggest gun lobby - the National Rifle Association - wants politicians to keep it that way.

    But ahead of a vote in Congress, survivors of attacks are calling for that loophole to be closed.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Virginia.

    A warning that the report contains images which some viewers may find distressing.


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