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SHOTLIST:

WABC - Courtesy -- AP Clients Only

Newtown, Connecticut -- Dec. 14, 2012

1. Aerial shot of police officer running at Sandy Hook Elementary School

2. Aerial shot of SWAT team on roof of school

AP Television - AP Clients Only

West Allis, Wisconsin Dec. 19, 2012

3. Tight of handguns on counter

4. Tight of handguns on counter

4. Wide of two men buying a rifle at The Shooters Shop

5. Medium of rifle on counter

6. AP Photo -- Kids Playing violent videogame

7. AP Graphic -- AP-GFK Poll

8. AP Graphic -- AP - GFK Poll

Pool -- AP Clients Only

Washington - Jan. 14, 2013

10. Medium of Obama speaking at White House

11. AP Graphic -- Obama Proposals

Pool -- AP Clients Only

Washington - Jan. 15, 2013

12. Wide of U.S. House Floor

13. Medium of Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R) Virginia on House Floor

14. Medium of Rep. Louis Gomert (R) Texas on House Floor

Pool -- AP Clients Only

Washington - Jan. 14, 2013

15. Medium of Obama speaking at White House

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

LAST MONTH'S MASSACRE AT SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IS BOOSTING PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR TOUGHER MEASURES TO CURB GUN VIOLENCE.

A NEW ASSOCIATED PRESS-GFK POLL INDICATES THAT NEARLY SIX IN TEN AMERICANS WANT STRICTER GUN LAWS -- WITH MAJORITIES FAVORING A NATIONWIDE BAN ON MILITARY-STYLE RAPID FIRE WEAPONS -- AS WELL AS LIMITS ON GUN VIOLENCE DEPICTED IN VIDEO GAMES -- MOVIES -- AND TV.

ACCORDING TO THE POLL -- 58 PERCENT FAVOR STRENGTHENING GUN LAWS IN THE U.S. -- 35 PERCENT SAY THEY SHOULD BE UNCHANGED -- AND 5 PERCENT WANT THE LAWS LOOSENED.

THE POLL ALSO SHOWS A LOPSIDED 84 PERCENT OF ADULTS WOULD LIKE TO SEE A FEDERAL STANDARD ESTABLISHED FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR THOSE BUYING GUNS AT GUN SHOWS.

PRESIDENT OBAMA IS SET TO UNVEIL A WIDE-RANGING PACKAGE OF MEASURES TO REDUCE GUN VIOLENCE.

THE PACKAGE IS EXPECTED TO INCLUDE A PROPOSED BAN ON ASSAULT WEAPONS -- LIMITS ON THE CAPACITY OF AMMUNITION MAGAZINES -- AND UNIVERSAL BACKGROUND CHECKS.

MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S MORE RESTRICTIVE PROPOSALS -- SUCH AS AN ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN -- WILL LIKELY FACE STIFF OPPOSITION IN CONGRESS -- PARTICULARLY AMONG REPUBLICANS.

SIGOUT - Sandy Kozel, the Associated Press