Senate Releases Text Of Gun Bill That Would Mark 'Biggest Change In Decades'

A group of bipartisan Senate negotiators on Tuesday released proposed legislation to limit ownership of firearms in what would mark the biggest change to firearms laws in decades.

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The proposed legislation, which comes after a week of negotiations following deadly mass shootings at a Buffalo, NY supermarket and an elementary school in Uvalde Texas, was endorsed by Senate leaders from both parties, raising the likelihood it will be passed in the evenly divided chamber, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“We’ve reached agreement,” announced Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) on Tuesday, adding “We’re dotting i’s and crossing the t’s right now. I think we’re in good shape.”

What’s in the bill?

As anticipated, it would provide incentives for states to enforce extreme protection orders, also known as red-flag laws, which would allow authorities to seize a person’s weapons if they

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