House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. said in a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington that the House will vote this week on a GOP proposal aimed at keeping suspected terrorists from obtaining firearms.
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. said in a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington that the House will vote this week on a GOP proposal aimed at keeping suspected terrorists from obtaining firearms. Evan Vucci AP
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. said in a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington that the House will vote this week on a GOP proposal aimed at keeping suspected terrorists from obtaining firearms. Evan Vucci AP

The last new gun law passed by Congress had NRA support

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