A bipartisan gun reform bill has cleared a major hurdle in the Senate. It puts Congress one step closer to enacting new firearm legislation for the first time in nearly 30 years. Sean Sullivan, deputy politics editor for campaigns at the Washington Post, and a CBS News political contributor, joined John Dickerson to discuss the news.
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The National Rifle Association responded to the Senate releasing its text for its bipartisan gun control package, which came about following a series of mass shootings.
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In a 64-34 vote overnight, the Senate took its first steps towards the first major gun legislation in decades. CBS News Senior White House and Political correspondent Ed O'Keefe has the details.
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The Senate has cleared a major hurdle in advancing bipartisan gun legislation. The bill, which still faces a floor vote before it can head to the House, would enhance background checks for gun buyers under 21, help states implement so-called red flag laws and close what's known as the "boyfriend loophole" to prevent domestic violence abusers from buying a gun. CBS News political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns discussed the next steps before President Biden can sign the bill into law.
The landmark bill is said to be the most significant new gun control legislation in a generation.
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