The biggest obstacle President Obama's sweeping gun control proposals face isn't House Republicans. It's the president's fellow Democrats in the Senate, particularly Majority Leader Harry Reid, a red-state Democrat and gun owner once described by the NRA as "a true champion of the Second Amendment."
Obama on Wednesday called for a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity ammo clips, among other things. But Reid, of Nevada, who controls which bills reach the Senate floor, isn't rushing to hold a vote on those proposals. And other red-state Democrats facing re-election in 2014 are in no hurry to debate gun limits, either.
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