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FILE - Gun sales spiked after Sandy Hook and as Congress and a number of states debated whether to impose more restrictions on firearms purchases. Congress stalemated, but some states moved forward.. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)

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FILE - Gun sales spiked after Sandy Hook and as Congress and a number of states debated whether to impose more restrictions on firearms purchases. Congress stalemated, but some states moved forward.. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)

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**FILE** Eleanor Holmes Norton, the District's non-voting member of Congress (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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"[T]he NRA and their acolytes underestimate our residents if they think this city will tolerate autocratic rule from Congress," said Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, District Democrat, in response to a bill that would do away with D.C.'s ban on semiautomatic rifles and gut other gun restrictions. (ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS)

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'Next generation': The young, articulate Erika Harold has won admiration from Illinois Republicans, but party officials are not happy about her run for Congress against a GOP incumbent in a swing district. (Erika Harold For Congress)

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'Next generation': The young, articulate Erika Harold has won admiration from Illinois Republicans, but party officials are not happy about her run for Congress against a GOP incumbent in a swing district. (Erika Harold For Congress)

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Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moodys Analytics, is optimistic that Congress will break partisan gridlock next year, starting with the debate over the debt ceiling. (Associated Press)

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Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moodys Analytics, is optimistic that Congress will break partisan gridlock next year, starting with the debate over the debt ceiling. (Associated Press)

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Charles Edwards was to testify before Congress on Thursday about suspected wrongdoing before he stepped down this week as acting inspector general. (Associated Press)

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Charles Edwards was to testify before Congress on Thursday about suspected wrongdoing before he stepped down this week as acting inspector general. (Associated Press)