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Jeff Kasky, whose son survived the high school shooting, wants “reasonable safety controls” on “these weapons of war."
The president had called for the devices to be outlawed following several mass shootings.
The measures include new age restrictions, enhanced background check requirements and a ban on bump stocks and high-capacity magazines.
The administration says it's following through with a promise to outlaw the devices, but it's unclear exactly how ― or if ― that's going to play out.
Ahmed Alaklouk, 22, faces a federal gun charge for possessing a weapon while living in the U.S. illegally.
But it's unclear whether the president has the authority to unilaterally outlaw the accessory used in the Las Vegas massacre.
The largely unsuccessful push to ban bump stocks, the device the Las Vegas shooter used to maximize casualties, is a cautionary
Agency officials have said they would likely need congressional action to regulate sales of the gun modifications.
“It’s time for the good guys with guns to begin to pass some really good policy.”
One GOP senator said that maybe Congress should do so.
The Mandalay Bay resort, the concert organizer and the manufacturer of bump stocks are named as defendants in the massacre that killed 58 people.
The gubernatorial candidate's giveaway is in response to the call for a ban after the Vegas shooter used them to kill 58 people.
The organization's president said some lawmakers are "shirking their responsibility."