2 veterans in Congress plan 'red flag' gun control bill after mass shootings
from Connecting Veterans
Two veterans in the U.S. Senate announced that they plan to introduce a bipartisan gun control bill soon. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., served in the Marine Corps Reserve 1970-76. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., served in the Air Force from 1982-88, in the South Carolina Air National Guard 1989-85 and in the Reserves 1995-2015. The senators announced plans to introduce a new "emergency risk protection order" bill to provide grants and incentives to states to allow law enforcement and courts to take guns from people when it is determined they are an "imminent" danger to themselves or others.
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