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After gun control questions, Ryan says Sportsmen's Act not scheduled for vote
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) was peppered with questions about his party's stance on gun legislation and a gun silencer bill on Oct. 3, in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. "The sportsmen's bill is not scheduled," he said.
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