Senate Seeks To Find Common Ground On Gun Control After Uvalde Mass Shooting

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After the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, legislators are attempting to find a compromise amid a steep divide over gun control in the U.S., promising to provide bipartisan legislation to prevent future shootings. The calls for compromise come nearly after a decade of GOP stonewalling on gun reform legislation. The shootings in Uvalde and Buffalo renewed rifts and ignited strong emotions on the current state of the Second Amendment. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) made an emotional appeal on the Senate floor, expressing frustration over the lack of action. “There are 14 kids dead in an elemen…

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