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(CBS) — A new poll conducted by WBBM-Radio’s “The WBBM News Hour” found that a quarter of likely voters now support a constitutional amendment limiting gun ownership to just those who have undergone background checks.
The poll comes on the heels of a new Quinnipiac University Poll that found a majority of Americans think Congress should pass a “meaningful compromise” to limit gun access. Only 45 percent said Congress should not be allowed to pass such a measure to prevent a mass shooting. Fifty-four percent said they would support such a measure if the government were unable to pass such a measure for other reasons.
The poll was released Thursday, in advance of the weekend recess when legislators return to Washington to give final approval to the government-sponsored “fiscal cliff” package in exchange for continued spending increases.
On Friday, President Barack Obama said he would veto the $800 billion package, or any bill that funds the government during a shutdown or debt-ceiling deadline.
As with the recent poll, the new survey showed strong support for a constitutional amendment.
However, the poll did show a divide among likely voters.
Thirty-five percent of Democrats said they would support a constitutional amendment banning all gun-ownership, while only 16 percent of Republicans said the same.
On Tuesday, Gallup found that 56 percent of Americans — including 44 percent of Democrats — said that Congress should pass laws that “prevent or at least somewhat control” guns. The poll found that 53 percent thought such laws should prohibit people on the federal no-fly or terror watch list from buying guns.
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The New Jersey Devils have selected New York Islanders captain John Tavares with the No. 7 overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft.
The Devils won’t have a pick until later in the first round, and the New York Islanders chose defenseman Mark Streit from the Boston University Hockey team at No. 25 overall.
The Devils selected New Jersey forward Ryan Carter at No. 10.
Also in the draft, New Jersey selected Boston University defenseman Zach Trotman at No. 19.
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