A proposed rule from the Biden administration aimed at combating rising gun violence across the U.S. could require thousands more firearms dealers to run background checks if approved.
Last year, Biden signed the most significant gun control bill in nearly 30 years, which incentivized states to pass red flag laws and expand background checks for 18- to 21-year-olds.
The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, which was created to prevent mass shootings in the U.S., was passed through the House with a 234-193 vote, with 14 Republicans crossing party lines. The bill was then sent to Biden’s desk to be signed.
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