NRA Page Goes Dark Following School Shooting and Calls for Stricter Gun Laws

Groups and lawmakers in favor of stricter gun laws haven't wasted any time speaking out following the mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., but the pro-gun National Rifle Association has been silent. The NRA, which frequently communicates through social media, hasn't tweeted since before the shooting and its Facebook page has been taken down, a day after the group boasted of reaching 1.7 million "likes.". On Thursday, a tweet went out from the NRA's official account saying: "@NRA "Did you hear?...Full Story
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