Texas mass shooting reignites debate on gun reform
The political fervor surrounding gun reform was full-forced when Texas Gov. Beto O’Rourke, his Democratic opponent, interrupted Greg Abbott’s news conference about the Uvalde school massacre. While Democrats in Washington plan to hold votes for new gun reform legislations, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer doesn’t believe so. The latest information is from Ed O’Keefe.
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