Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., left, seen in 2011, told the House of Representatives on Thursday that Californians are subject to the most restrictive gun laws. He also told his colleagues that he had been on the no-fly anti-terrorism list.
Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., left, seen in 2011, told the House of Representatives on Thursday that Californians are subject to the most restrictive gun laws. He also told his colleagues that he had been on the no-fly anti-terrorism list. Bee file photo Bee Staff photo
Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., left, seen in 2011, told the House of Representatives on Thursday that Californians are subject to the most restrictive gun laws. He also told his colleagues that he had been on the no-fly anti-terrorism list. Bee file photo Bee Staff photo

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