Elvin Daniel, right, whose sister Zina was killed by her husband last October at a Brookfield spa, said the tragedy could have been avoided if the law required background checks for private transactions of guns. He was speaking during a news conference with law enforcement officials and some Democratic lawmakers, including Rep. Jon Richards, left, in Madison, Wis.

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Elvin Daniel, right, whose sister Zina was killed by her husband last October at a Brookfield spa, said the tragedy could have been avoided if the law required background checks for private transactions of guns. He was speaking during a news conference with law enforcement officials and some Democratic lawmakers, including Rep. Jon Richards, left, in Madison, Wis.

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