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Senate Gun Bill Voting 2022: Which Republicans Voted for the Bill?

Fifteen Republicans helped pass a bipartisan bill to curb gun violence on Thursday. This group included a GOP Senate leader and one member of the Utah delegation.

Republican senators join the Senate Democratic Party, “breaking down the long-standing obstruction of gun safety measures by their party and crushing nearly 30 years of parliamentary paralysis in strengthening national gun law.” According to the New York Times..

Which Republicans voted for the Senate gun bill?

The final vote was 65-33. Fifteen Republican Senators, including Utah Senator Mitt Romney and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, voted on the bill.

The 15 Republican Senators who supported the bill were:

  • Roy Blunt, Missouri
  • Richard Burr, North Carolina
  • Shelly Mu Acapito, West Virginia
  • Bill Cassidy.Louisiana
  • Susan Collins, Maine
  • John Cornyn, Texas
  • Joni Ernst, Iowa
  • Lindsey Graham, South Carolina
  • Mitch McConnell, Kentucky
  • Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
  • Robert Jones Portman, Ohio
  • Mitt Romney, Utah
  • Thom Tillis, North Carolina
  • Pat Toomey, Pennsylvania
  • Todd Young, Indiana

On Tuesday, Utah’s other senator, Mike Leigh, Voted against the bill debate..

As CNN points outFour of these Republicans (Brant, Bar, Portman, Toomy) will retire this year.

According to the Associated Press, McConnell said: “Americans want to protect their constitutional rights and keep their children safe at school.

“They want both of them at the same time, and that’s what the previous Senate bill would have done.”

What is included in the bipartisan, safer community law?

A bill called the Bipartisan Safer Community Law is now being transferred to the House of Representatives.

According to the New York Times The invoice includes::

  • “Intensified background checks for prospective gun buyers between the ages of 18 and 21 and demanded for the first time to scrutinize boy records, including mental health records starting at age 16, for potentially disqualified material. To do.”
  • “An incentive for the state to pass a’danger signal’law that allows judges to temporarily confiscate guns from people who consider them too dangerous to possess. “

according to Associated PressThe bill also “will protect firearms from more domestic violent criminals …. will also fund community programs for school safety, mental health and violence prevention.”

What’s not in the bipartisan, safer community law?

According to Dezalet News“The law does not prohibit assault-style rifles or large magazines.”

According to the New York Times“This proposal goes far short of the law that passed a bill banning people under the age of 21 from buying semi-automatic firearms.” According to the New York Times, the requirements for enhanced background checks are It expires after 10 years and “there is a limit to how long an authority can return to a buyer’s mental health history.”

“This is not a cure. It’s all the way gun violence affects our country,” said Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. Said. “But it’s a long arrears step in the right direction.”

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