Senate Democrats Prepare Marathon Floor Session On Gun Violence U.S. Senate
Senate Democrats Prepare Marathon Floor Session On Gun Violence

WASHINGTON — Nearly two dozen Senate Democrats plan to make it a late night on Tuesday, speaking out on the Senate floor about the impact of gun violence and legislative proposals Congress could explore. The speeches are expected to begin... Read More

Congress Returns to Gun Control Fight and a Government Shutdown Deadline Congress
Congress Returns to Gun Control Fight and a Government Shutdown Deadline

WASHINGTON — Congress returns to Washington this week amid mounting pressure from Democrats and the public to enact new gun restrictions, but lawmakers from both parties say meaningful action hangs solely on President Donald Trump. Since lawmakers were last in... Read More

Hundreds Of Guns Come In To California From Nevada. Lawmakers Want To Stop It State News
Hundreds Of Guns Come In To California From Nevada. Lawmakers Want To Stop It

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Alarmed that the gun used in a mass shooting in Gilroy was bought legally in Nevada, two dozen California legislators on Wednesday asked their counterparts in the neighboring state to meet this fall to discuss strengthening restrictions... Read More

Democrats Press McConnell, Trump To Move on Background Checks State News
Democrats Press McConnell, Trump To Move on Background Checks
2019-08-13 21:54:59
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Democrats led by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Donald Trump on Tuesday to endorse House-passed legislation expanding background checks on gun buyers and to take other steps to... Read More

NC Governor Announces Gun Safety Measures, Calls For Action State News
NC Governor Announces Gun Safety Measures, Calls For Action

GREENSBORO, N.C. — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday that he signed an executive directive meant to strengthen background checks for gun buyers. Cooper said he signed the directive to his Cabinet agencies to “build on the work we... Read More

Lawmakers Propose ‘Red Flag’ Laws After Mass Shootings: Effect Remains Unclear Guns
Lawmakers Propose ‘Red Flag’ Laws After Mass Shootings: Effect Remains Unclear
2019-08-09 23:38:18
by HJ Mai

Lawmakers are facing increased public pressure to take action and stop the gun violence after two mass shootings in Texas and Ohio killed 31 people over the past weekend.  President Donald Trump and congressional members of both parties appear eager... Read More

At Annual Summit, State Republicans Balk at New Gun Control Laws State News
At Annual Summit, State Republicans Balk at New Gun Control Laws

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Many Republican state lawmakers don’t seem to have an appetite for taking up new gun control legislation despite last weekend’s mass shootings. Hundreds of legislators from across the country gathered in Nashville for the annual meeting of... Read More

Gun Control Movement Has More Momentum Than Ever; Will That Matter This Time? Guns
Gun Control Movement Has More Momentum Than Ever; Will That Matter This Time?

In a nation where mourning the most recent mass shooting has become routine, the weekend’s two massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, brought another opportunity for reckoning. This time, the shootings come after a year of increased momentum... Read More

Democrats Skeptical Following Trump Response to Mass Shootings In The News
Democrats Skeptical Following Trump Response to Mass Shootings
2019-08-05 21:36:32
by Dan McCue

President Donald Trump addressed the nation Monday, two days after weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio left 32 dead, calling on Americans to condemn “racism, bigotry and white supremacy” in “one voice,” and vowing to seek a bipartisan response to... Read More

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