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  • Sen. ​Chris ​Murphy: 'I'm mortified by today's vote, but I'm not surprised by it'

    The U.S. Senate rejected four partisan measures designed to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists.​ ​Despite the predetermined outcome, all 100 senators voted, an indication of the importance attached to the issue.​ ​"We learned in the months after Sandy Hook that the NRA has a vicelike grip on this place, even when 90 percent of the American public wants change," said​ ​Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat.

The U.S. Senate rejected four partisan measures designed to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists.​ ​Despite the predetermined outcome, all 100 senators voted, an indication of the importance attached to the issue.​ ​"We learned in the months after Sandy Hook that the NRA has a vicelike grip on this place, even when 90 percent of the American public wants change," said​ ​Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat. CSPAN
The U.S. Senate rejected four partisan measures designed to keep guns out of the hands of terrorists.​ ​Despite the predetermined outcome, all 100 senators voted, an indication of the importance attached to the issue.​ ​"We learned in the months after Sandy Hook that the NRA has a vicelike grip on this place, even when 90 percent of the American public wants change," said​ ​Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat. CSPAN

Senate votes down proposals to bar gun sales to terrorism suspects

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