For some, gun control central to Obama's State of the union speech
WASHINGTON - When Mavy Stoddard heard the first gunshot, she whirled around to find herself directly in the shooter's line of fire. She felt a shove as her husband, Dorwan, pushed her to the ground and covered her, protecting her from the gunman.
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