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176 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 10/12/2018, 8:24 pm

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177 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 10/27/2018, 3:52 pm

Reports are that at least 10 are dead with 15 injured. You can add this to the white racist bastard who murdered 2 innocent black people in a Kentucky grocery store on Friday. Just another day of hate in NRAmerica.

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178 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 10/28/2018, 4:02 pm

Now we know what Kavanaugh meant when he said "what goes around, comes around." Maybe we should call Kavanaugh the nazi judge. Too bad 11 innocent Jewish people had to pay for his threat with their lives. Crying or Very sad

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179 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 10/29/2018, 4:54 pm

For those who missed it...

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180 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 11/3/2018, 4:57 pm

Meanwhile in Tallahassee...

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181 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 12/8/2018, 12:52 pm

Air Force Missed Six Chances to Stop Church Gunman From Buying Weapons, U.S. Says

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182 Re: Never Forget and Never Again on 2/28/2019, 2:07 am

House Passes Sweeping Gun Bill

The House passed what advocates call the most significant gun control measure in more than two decades on Wednesday when it approved the first of two bills aimed at broadening the federal background check system for firearms purchases.

The vote on the first bill, dubbed the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019, passed largely along party lines 240 to 190 with Democrats who control the House cheering as they carried the legislation across the finish line.

A second bill, expected to be take up Thursday, would extend the period federal authorities have to complete a background check before a gun sale can go through. Under current law, if a check isn't finalized in three business days, the transaction can automatically proceed.

House Democrats hope the swift passage of the companion bills will put pressure on the Senate to act. The National Rifle Association opposes the legislation, and it faces major headwinds in the Republican-controlled Senate. In the unlikely event the Senate approves the measure, the White House has already signaled the President would veto the bill, should it reach his desk.

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