Source: Emily Deruy / ABC News
Vice President Joe Biden is set to meet with the pro-gun rights National Rifle Association this week.
Biden, who was tasked by President Barack Obama with developing a plan to fight gun violence in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting, will also meet with members of the entertainment industry to talk about how guns are portrayed in movies and video games.
Biden will meet with victims of gun violence and gun safety organizations on Wednesday, according to the vice president’s office. He will speak with the NRA and other gun ownership groups the following day.
Cabinet officials will also meet with stakeholder groups. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will meet with representatives from parent, teacher and education groups, while Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will meet with mental health and disability advocates.
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