Gov. Rendell's Last Stand For PA Gun Control

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True to his established anti-gun record as governor of Pennsylvania, Ed Rendell vetoed Castle Doctrine legislation that would have allowed law-abiding Pennsylvania citizens the right to self-defense without fear of prosecution by the criminals who victimize them. Gov. Rendell makes this stand, as his term draws to a final close, in direct defiance of the vast legislative majority, claiming that the right to self-defense "encourages violence." Cam Edwards speaks with Sen. Richard Alloway about Rendell's last dig on gun owners, though Alloway assures everyone that the fight is far from over. Originally aired 11/30/2010.