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"Couldn't we at least have background checks so that people who are ill mentally, or who are felons, shouldn't be able to
"April 17 was a day of shame," said Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut. "We may have lost the first
In the past, gun control advocates have criticized Reid for not pushing for an assault weapons ban. But on Wednesday, he
“I think it'll pass. I think it'll get a majority, our proposals, our combinations,” he said. “I don't know if it'll get
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had a similar message for his colleagues on Sunday. "In Nevada, if you purchase a handgun you
The president strikes me as a man of good character. He is a family man and an admirable, inspirational person. However, it has become increasingly difficult to decipher where the president stands politically.
"I am supportive of background checks," Donnelly told local media after a business roundtable discussion at the Greater Fort
"These ideas shouldn't be controversial -- they're common sense," Obama said. "I urge the Senate and the House to give each
Quinnipiac University also recently conducted statewide surveys in Florida, Connecticut, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and
"Later tonight, I will start the process of bringing a bill to reduce gun violence to the Senate floor," Reid said in a statement
Now that the Senate's top Democrat, Harry Reid, has made sure an assault weapons ban won't even get a vote has he set his sights on gutting universal background checks?
Putting aside the possibility that this fight could extend all the way to August, Glaze does have data behind him. Public
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) grew defensive Tuesday when pressed on his efforts to craft a gun control package, having decided this week not to include a ban on assault weapons in the legislation.
"I made my argument, but that's the way [Reid] feels," Feinstein said, unable to mask her disappointment. "He just said, 'I've
Finally, the bill includes a number of exemptions: It exempts more than 2,200 hunting and sporting weapons; any gun manually
In 2010 Harry Reid was facing perhaps the toughest campaign of his five-decade political career. The Senate majority leader
With President Obama insisting that preventing gun violence will be a second-term policy priority, and Harry Reid not facing re-election until 2016, perhaps the senator will now be willing to stand up to the NRA? The clock is ticking.
Mourning the victims of the Friday massacre along with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Reid said that the