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In 1981, an assassination attempt on President Reagan changed Sarah Brady’s life forever. Her husband, White House press secretary James Brady, was seriously wounded in the shooting. Mrs. Brady joins Diane to talk about the work she’s done to prevent gun-related violence.
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