Biden pledges action after Uvalde visit; Justice Department launches police response review: Live updates

May 31, 2022 View Original Article
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74% : An optimistic Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said Sunday on CBS News' "Face the Nation" that a spirit of bipartisanship after the recent mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, could break through a 30-year logjam in Congress and produce real movement on gun control.
65% :- Merdie NzangaState Sen. Roland Gutierrez, D-Texas, who called on Gov. Gregg Abbott to hold a special session at the Texas legislature after the Uvalde shooting, said Sunday that he sees more bipartisan support for stricter gun laws.
58% : "The goal of the review is to provide an independent account of law enforcement actions and responses that day, and to identify lessons learned and best practices to help first responders prepare for and respond to active shooter events," Coley said, adding that the evaluation will led by Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing.
53% :Gun reform proponents have protested outside the NRA convention in Houston since it began Friday, calling for "gun control now."
49% : Biden spent about 20 minute on the ground, speaking to law enforcement and walking through the wreaths and the flowers laid out at the school, before his motorcade made his way to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church.- Rafael CarranzaWASHINGTON - The Justice Department announced Sunday that it is reviewing the delayed police response to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead in one of the worst campus attacks in U.S. history.
48% : INNOCENTS LOST: Uvalde attack leaves broken lives, fractured public trust in law enforcement
48% : Kinzinger said, as a gun rights supporter and owner of an AR-15 rifle, "this kind of wild West" where people "carry a gun around because it looks cool" does not help defend gun rights.
44% : Once Biden's motorcade left the school, law enforcement officials allowed a limited number of people at a time to walk up to the memorial in front of the school sign.
43% : She said she was glad to see president come, saying he needed to see the devastation the shooting has had on the community and that he needed to push for changes to gun laws.
31% : He was one of the loudest voices in the crowd, calling on the president and on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to act and make changes to current gun laws.
30% : In Uvalde, Biden will walk into a mix of grief, anger, political attacks and broken heartsRepublican Rep. Adam Kinzinger said proponents of the Second Amendment are the ones who need to step up to reform gun laws, adding that raising the age for purchasing a gun to 21 is a good place to start.
25% : Murphy said lawmakers are looking for "an old school compromise" to tighten gun laws so only law-abiding citizens can have them, while also investing in school security and mental health care.

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