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Nancy Pelosi Sep 12
, the Bipartisan Background Checks Act, was one of the first measures passed by the House this Congress. But still McConnell refuses to act.
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DCCC Sep 11
House Democrats will not let Mitch McConnell hold America hostage as mass shootings traumatize our communities. RT immediately to stand with in the fight to >>
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 11
For nearly 200 days, McConnell has refused to take up House-passed, bipartisan legislation in the Senate to . Meanwhile, the House is building on the progress represented by H.R. 8 & H.R. 1112.
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Rep. Ilhan Omar Sep 10
There are 120.5 firearms for every 100 Americans and still have 67 million guns left over. Gun violence is an epidemic in our country. We need to recognize that public safety is a human right! We must
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 10
After another summer marked by gun violence, Americans have had enough of McConnell’s waiting game. It’s time for him to finally allow a life-saving vote on House-passed legislation to expand background checks.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Sep 10
Today is marking up bills to ban high capacity magazines; institute "red flag" laws; and prohibit people convicted of misdemeanor hate crimes from possessing a gun. We desperately need commonsense gun reform. Time for to finally act.
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Newtown Action Sep 15
Don’t let Trump’s former Press Secretary for Trump insult your intelligence. We know the truth. God DID NOT give us rights to own assault weapons or any other types of guns.
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Everytown Sep 10
UPDATE: All three of these gun violence prevention bills passed the House Judiciary Committee tonight! The House is doing their part to . When will the Senate step up and do the same?
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Giffords Sep 10
BREAKING: The just approved three critical gun safety bills — to limit high capacity magazines, , and expand extreme risk protection orders. The House is taking action to save lives. It's time for the Senate to follow their lead.
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Shannon Watts Sep 10
“Why don’t you go ask if he has any regrets over all of the people who’ve died because he hasn’t acted?”
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Governor Gretchen Whitmer Sep 10
Today, I joined 11 other governors to call on President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell to pass common sense gun legislation. It’s time for action.
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House Judiciary Dems Sep 10
SUCCESS! just passed which would prohibit high-capacity firearm magazines and reduce the devastation of daily gun violence in America.
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Nelba Márquez-Greene 💜 Sep 12
I absolutely care about vaping and the precious lungs of our growing students.... it’s just that your lungs don’t get to grow if you’re shot seven times. Mostly in your face and upper torso. And lobbyists shouldn’t dictate our laws.
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Rep. Marc Veasey Sep 10
More than 90% of the American people agree: it’s time for the Senate to pass the bipartisan and expand background checks. have acted. Time for McConnell to act as well.
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Brady 4h
Once, again, Trump backs away from common-sense gun reform. Background checks are proven to save lives. Since the Brady Bill was passed 25 years ago, it's blocked more than 3m prohibited gun sales. The solutions are right in front of us.
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Everytown Sep 10
Congress just returned from recess, but the House is wasting no time taking action to in America. This week alone, the House Judiciary Committee will consider several lifesaving gun safety bills: (Red Flag bill), ( Act) &
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Sep 11
Last night, we passed 3 gun safety bills in : ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Act We have listened to the nation and done our part to . Now it’s time for & to act.
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Brady Sep 10
JUST IN: passed 3 gun safety bills! ✔ keeps guns away from people who are a threat to themselves or others ✔ bans high-capacity magazines ✔️ Act bars people convicted of hate crimes from getting guns
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 9
The time to is now, before more lives are lost. -NP
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MariQ 4h
The Fla Senate Infrastructure & Security Committee hearing on gun violence & hate crimes. presented a binder of 800+ letters from Floridians (pic) asking & Senators to pass universal background checks, expand red flag laws & much more.
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