United States. The US Congress finally ready to pass a law on firearms?

The senators of the United States approved, Tuesday, June 21, the opening of debates on a bill “that would toughen federal gun laws and allocate new funds to prevent mass shootings,” reports The Washington Post.

This vote by a large majority (64 votes against 34), after the Democratic and Republican negotiators “settled important points of disagreement”, gives hope that the text will become law by the end of the month, according to the capital’s daily.

Congress could thus adopt “the most significant regulations on the circulation of firearms since the 1990s, even if they fall far short of the broader gun control measures desired by President Biden and other democ

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