By JEREMY W. PETERS WASHINGTON --
Talks to revive gun control legislation are
quietly underway on Capitol Hill as a bipartisan group of senators seeks
a way to bridge the differences that led to last week's collapse of the
most serious effort to overhaul the country's gun laws in 20 years.
on the lessons from battles in the 1980s and '90s over the Brady Bill,
which failed in Congress several times before ultimately passing, gun
control supporters believe they can prevail by working on a two-pronged
strategy. First, they are identifying senators who might be willing to
change their votes and support a background check system with fewer
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