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U.S. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HOLDS GUN VIOLENCE HEARING

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FOLLOWING THE NATION’S SECOND MASS SHOOTING IN A WEEK, THE U.S. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HELD A HEARING TUESDAY ENTITLED “CONSTITUTIONAL AND COMMON SENSE STEPS TO REDUCE GUN VIOLENCE”.

IOWA SENATOR CHUCK GRASSLEY ATTENDED AND SPOKE ABOUT MONDAY’S BOULDER COLORADO MASS SHOOTING AND THE POLICE OFFICER WHO DIED RESPONDING TO THE CALL.

GRASSLEY SAYS THE TERRIBLE EVENTS LIKE BOULDER HAVE SHOWN HIM SOME THINGS:

CGGUN3 OC….VIOLENT CRIME. ;20

GRASSLEY SAYS HE HOPES BI-PARTISAN MEASURES CAN BE PASSED TO HELP IN COMBATTING VIOLENT CRIME:

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GRASSLEY SAYS THE SECOND AMENDMENT IS EQUALLY AS IMPORTANT AS THE FIRST, FOURTH AND FIFTH AMENDMENTS, GUARANTEEING FREEDOM OF RELIGION, THE PRESS AND SPEECH, AND PROTECTING OUR PRIVACY AND PROPERTY:

CGGUN5 OC…..THAN EVER. :27

PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN CALLED FOR CONGRESS TO BAN ASSAULT WEAPONS AND HIGH CAPACITY MAGAZINES, PLUS CLOSE LOOPHOLES IN THE BACKGROUND CHECK SYSTEM TUESDAY IN THE WAKE OF THE RECENT SHOOTINGS IN ATLANTA AND BOULDER.