Senator Konin: Members have reached an agreement on a bipartisan gun control bill
Washington (Sputnik)-US Senator John Cornyn said lawmakers have reached an agreement on a bipartisan gun control bill, which will be announced shortly and does not include the Locomotive Acts of the country.
In a Senate statement Tuesday afternoon, Republican chief negotiator for the gun control bill, “Soon, there will be bipartisan law wording that will help keep children and the community safer. You will see it. “
Senators also said that they have not introduced the Locomotive Acts of the State, but “provided the availability of law enforcement-related grants to crisis intervention programs, regardless of whether you adopted the Red Flag Program. I have. “
Mr. Conin said the bill contained ideas from both Republicans and Democrats and could become a law.
Democratic Senator Chris Murphy later said that bipartisan law ensured that domestic abusers couldn’t carry guns, provided young buyers with enhanced background checks, and passed the background checks. A weapon that states that it is prohibited to purchase through a proxy purchaser who can purchase it.
Senate leader Mitch McConnell said he would support the bill, which fully upholds the rights of U.S. citizens to comply with the second constitutional amendment, while reducing the likelihood of shootings. He added that it would help to do so.
Congressional debate on gun-related violence and firearm law has increased significantly following a series of high-profile mass shootings in the United States.
Article 2 of the Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees the right of Americans to retain and bear the right to arm.
https://sputniknews.com/20220621/us-senator-cornyn-lawmakers-have-reached-deal-on-bipartisan-gun-control-legislation-1096540485.html Senator Konin: Members have reached an agreement on a bipartisan gun control bill