James Brady, Wounded in Reagan Shooting, Dies at 73

James Brady, Wounded in Reagan Shooting, Dies at 73 Play

Aug. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Former White House Press Secretary James Brady, who became a leading proponent of gun limits after he was grievously wounded in a 1981 assassination attempt on his then-boss, President Ronald Reagan, has died. He was 73. This report is a compliation of video of the attempted assassination in 1981, Brady being released from the hospital in a wheelchair, Brady at home and at events over the years and President Bill Clinton signing the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act into law in 1993. (Source: Bloomberg)

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