Lawmaker who was victim of gun violence testifies before Congress

Arizona Democratic State Representative Jennifer Longdon testified before the U.S. House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee on the consequences of gun violence. Longdon herself is a victim of gun violence, have been shot in a random shooting in 2004 that left her paralyzed. Longdon shares details of the testimony with host Ted Simons.

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Arizona Democratic State Representative Jennifer Longdon

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