McConnell is the eleventh Senate Republican to come out in support of the bill.
Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says he’d vote for a gun bill that reflects the Cornyn–Murphy framework, arrived at by a bipartisan group of senators.
A couple of notes on an ABC News story.
Democrats won’t end their calls for more draconian restrictions on guns.
Leftist policies lead to a host of pathologies, and those pathologies lead to all manner of problems, including shootings.
The law requires armed employees to complete 24 hours of training in programs approved by the Ohio School Safety Center.
Much of what passes for facts and analysis on the gun issue is just plain made up.
A bipartisan group of senators seems to have agreed on an initial framework for new gun-control legislation.
Democratic senator Chris Murphy tweeted that a group of ten Democrats and ten Republicans had reached a deal.