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Gun safety groups push Biden to act, but White House looks to Congress

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The White House has spoken with gun safety groups since Tuesday's rampage in Uvalde, Texas. 19 elementary school students and two teachers were killed - the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade. The groups are urging Biden to make an emergency declaration on gun violence. The White House wants Congress to act first to have a more significant impact.
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Gun safety groups push Biden to act, but White House looks to Congress

Gun safety advocates are pushing U.S. President Joe Biden to take stronger measures on his own to curb gun violence after the Texas elementary school shooting, but the White House wants Congress to act first to have a more significant impact.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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IBTimes

Gun Safety Groups Push Biden To Act, But White House Looks To Congress

Gun safety advocates are pushing U.S. President Joe Biden to take stronger measures on his own to curb gun violence after the Texas elementary school shooting, but the White House wants Congress to act first to have a more significant impact. The White House has spoken with gun safety groups since Tuesday's rampage in Uvalde, Texas, in which 19 elementary school students and two teachers were killed - the deadliest school shooting in nearly a d…

1 month ago·United States
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Gun safety groups push Biden to act, but White House looks to Congress

For the moment, the Biden administration is pressing Congress to pass tighter gun laws that can have

1 month ago·Shanghai, China
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Rappler

Gun safety groups push Biden to act, but White House looks to Congress

For the moment, the Biden administration is pressing Congress to pass tighter gun laws that can have more lasting impact than executive action

1 month ago·Philippines
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PressTV

Gun safety groups push Biden to act, but White House looks to Congress

Gun safety advocates are pushing US President Joe Biden to take stronger measures on his own to curb gun violence after the Texas elementary school shooting.

1 month ago·Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
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As Biden is pressed to act on gun control, White House says it’s up to Congress

Gun security advocates are pressing U.S. President Joe Biden to simply take more powerful measures by himself to control weapon physical violence following the Texas elementary school shooting, however the White home is placing duty on Congress to pass through regulations that will do have more effect. The White home has talked with weapon security …

1 month ago
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