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For those of you who are new to this story, here’s a quick refresher on the main point: In October 2001, a year after the 9/11 attacks, Senator Ron Wyden introduced a bill that would have made Federal law prevent some of the worst mass shootings that have ever been committed in all of human history. It received the largest and strongest backlash in the country and got more votes. It was voted down by the Senate and the House twice and then again by a Republican president in January 2002.
Now that the Republican Party is in control of the House of Representatives, some of the GOP’s more extremist members are taking to Twitter to criticize this legislation. Rep. Michael McCaul of Texas, one of three senators sponsoring the bill, says “the Republicans have been doing this for more than six decades and know full well to push this legislation, while they remain the party that has the most to lose, the NRA is the only one that still has a lot to lose.”
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