The Score this week: Big Lines, guns, budgets and Cuccinelli’s bookPodcastsPoliticsVirginia

On this podcast edition of “The Score” radio show…

Scott offers to do his part to take unwanted guns off the streets (for the children, of course), while in his discussion with Rep. Scott Rigell, we learn of the congressman’s effort to crack down on gun trafficking and straw buyers of guns. There’s a lot of law enforcement support behind this measure. And in some critical ways, it picks up on laws Virginia has already put in place and seeks to bring them to the rest of the nation.

Later, Scott and Shaun Kenney talk Virginia’s Big Line — why can’t Terry McAuliffe get traction? Is Ken Cuccinelli setting the terms? Scott then takes those who are riled-up about Ken Cuccinelli’s forthcoming book to the woodshed. Joe Scarborough and Bill Bolling get quite a paddling.

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