Senators Meet Ahead Of Hearing To Find Ways To Tackle Gun Control

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A sign demanding action on gun control is seen during a protest against the National Rifle Association's annual meeting outside the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Friday, May 27, 2022. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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The Senate is not in session this week, but a bipartisan group is meeting to find common ways to tackle gun control. Next week, the House Judiciary Committee will be holding a hearing to outline a gun control bill. Many members of Congress were speaking out on the issue over the weekend.

Congressman Joaquin Castro, who is calling for a federal investigation of the Uvalde school shooting, says he also wants new legislation making assault weapons harder to obtain. 

On ABC’s This Week, Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut mentioned a few actions he believes should be taken (full video of interview below).

Uvalde County Commissioner Ronnie Garza joined CBS’s Face the Nation (video below).

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