'Bribe the Senate' Gun-Control Campaign Is Altered Because, Well, Bribes Are Illegal

Goodby creatives avoid jail time

A jokey-yet-serious campaign called Bribe the Senate, intended to get the U.S. Senate to at least discuss the idea of mandatory background checks on gun purchases, has hit a legal snag and its organizers are rethinking their approach—lest they end up in prison.

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