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  • California congressman pushes for bipartisan gun legislation during sit-in

    Rep. Jim Costa, a Democratic congressman representing the 16th District of California, stressed the need for bipartisan gun legislation. He said it wasn't about taking away citizens' right to lawfully own guns but an effort to make America safer. He spoke briefly about a child from his district who had been shot in front of his parents.

Rep. Jim Costa, a Democratic congressman representing the 16th District of California, stressed the need for bipartisan gun legislation. He said it wasn't about taking away citizens' right to lawfully own guns but an effort to make America safer. He spoke briefly about a child from his district who had been shot in front of his parents. Rep. Scott Peters/Periscope via CSPAN
Rep. Jim Costa, a Democratic congressman representing the 16th District of California, stressed the need for bipartisan gun legislation. He said it wasn't about taking away citizens' right to lawfully own guns but an effort to make America safer. He spoke briefly about a child from his district who had been shot in front of his parents. Rep. Scott Peters/Periscope via CSPAN

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