Kate Ackley

Staff Writer, Roll Call

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Staff writer covering the lobbying beat for Roll Call, a bi-weekly newspaper that covers Congress

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When the Democrats took over Congress and the White House, the  National Rifle Association  warned gun owners they were in trouble. But it's not working out that way.

Congress Approves Loaded, Concealed Guns in National Parks

When the Democrats took over Congress and the White House, the National Rifle Association warned gun owners they were in trouble. But it's not working out that way.

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