Senators Release Bipartisan Gun Bill

Senators Release Bipartisan Gun Bill

Shortly before 5:00 PM this evening, Republican Senator of Texas took to the Senate floor to tell Americans what we can expect to see in the “bipartisan compromise” gun bill just released to the public.

The legislation includes provisions that deal with a number of factors that Senators believe could help prevent another tragedy like Uvalde.

Topics addressed in the bill include provisions to fund community mental health centers and school-based mental health services.

There are also measures that would make it more difficult for individuals between 18 and 20 years of age to obtain firearms, and expand the definition of who must register for a Federal Firearms License (FFL).

Senators from both parties have shown support for the bill which could face a procedural vote as early as tonight.

Senate Majority leader pledged to bring the bill up for final passage as soon as possible.

Republican Leader has also stated support for the legislation while insisting that it would not infringe upon constitutional rights.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has promised to stand up for law-abiding gun owners and oppose the legislation.

This story is still developing and our team will continue to provide updates as they become available.

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