Film documents woman's tragedy, efforts to change gun law
By Clarke Canfield, January 5, 2007
PORTLAND, Maine --Catherine Crowley tried to change a state gun law after her 18-year-old son killed himself with a shotgun he bought at a Wal-Mart.
Her endeavor fell short when lawmakers rejected her idea to require a waiting period for young people to buy guns in Maine. But her effort can now be seen in a new documentary.