This is the first gun control measure to pass a vote in the House since the 1994 Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.
The House of Representatives sent the first shot across the bow of the NRA and the Senate by passing the strongest gun bill in over 20 years.
It's always refreshing when a Fox News host says things that are true.
Trump ran for president as a pro-gun candidate and tied himself to the National Rifle Association throughout the campaign.
The bill is sponsored by Sen. Chris Murphy and Sen. John Cornyn, whose home states saw mass shootings.
Reince Priebus, chief of staff to Donald Trump, argued on Sunday that there was "no reason" to complete background checks on the president-elect's cabinet appointments.
Dubya versus Kerry and guess who was right about guns?
More US Military have been killed by gun suicide than the Middle East Wars. Great idea!
"It's easier to buy a gun with no background check than the NRA's Eddie Eagle mascot."
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