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N2K: If Overdone, Protecting Members Could Be a Risk to Democracy

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U.S. Capitol Police Officer Keith Atkins stands guard outside the Capitol on January 10, 2011. Law enforcement officers have beefed up their presence around the Capitol following a mass shooting Saturday in Tucson, Ariz., that left six people dead and at least 13 others wounded including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., when a gunman opened fire at a public event held at Safeway supermarket.(Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Correspondent Yochi J. Dreazen warns of placing too many barriers between constituents and lawmakers in the wake of the Arizona shootings.

N2K: If Overdone, Protecting Members Could Be a Risk to Democracy
(Yochi J. Dreazen, video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images)

 

Video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images contributed to this article.

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