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Biden will sign the first major federal gun safety law in decades on Saturday, White House says

(CNN)President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill to combat gun violence on Saturday in Europe Announced on White House Friday before leaving for.

This bill represents the first major federal gun safety law in decades and is a bipartisan key to one of Washington's most controversial policy issues. It is a breakthrough.

Friday's House passed the bill by 234-193, including a vote of14 Republicanswith Democrats. The Senatepassed the billin a late-night vote on Thursday.
This bill provides state incentives for mental health, school security, crisis intervention programs, and the inclusion of juvenile records in the national immediate crime background check systemIncludes a million dollars.

Also, when someone aged 18-21 goes to buy a firearm and closes the loophole of the so-called boyfriend, which is the victory of the Democrats who have fought for it for a long time, a big change in the process Will occur.

This package represents the most important new federal law to combat gun violence since the 199410-year offensive weapons ban expired.-Weapons and falls cannot be banned, but Democrats and polls are far below what most Americans want to see.

Despite countless mass shootings nationwide, it has been found to be extremely difficult for lawmakers to secure bipartisan agreements on major gun control in recent years. Has been done.

The Democratic Party, in particular, is quickly celebrating the bipartisan gun trade, as actions to combat gun violence are the party's primary priority.

However, the passage of the bill in the House of Representatives was overshadowed by news that the Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade caseon Friday and is no longer an abortion. Federal constitutional right to.

This opinion is the most important Supreme Court ruling in decades and will change the reproductive health situation of American women. The day after the Supreme Courtwithdrew the New York State gun law, which was enacted more than a century ago, it restricted the removal of hidden pistols out of the house. The

ruling reiterates the limited power of the Democratic Party, despite controlling both Congress and the White House.

House Republican leaders oppose the bill, but bipartisan support is still expected

Widespread bipartisan bill for the Senate Despite support, top Republican leaders opposed thebill and urged members to vote "no."

However, 14 Republicans voted on the bill.

The bill passed the Senate on Thursday, with 15 Republicans expressing support for the Democratic Party. The final tally was 65-33.

The law was put together in the aftermath of a recent mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, primarily in the black district.

A group of bipartisan negotiators began working in the Senate and released legislative documents on Tuesday. The bill, entitled Safer Bipartisan Community Law, is Senator John Cornyn of Texas, Senator Tom Tyris of North Carolina, Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut, and Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona. Announced by Senator.

Congressmen competed to pass the bill before leaving Washington for Independence Day on July 4.

When Congressman was looking for a compromise, it was unclear whether the effort would succeed or collapse. However, after some important issues were revealed, bipartisan efforts seemed to be on thin ice, but in the end negotiators were able to resolve the issues that arose. I did.

Key provisions of the bill

The bill includes $ 750 million to help states implement and implement crisis intervention programs. It has been. This money will be used to implement and manage a hazard signal program that, by court order, can temporarily prevent individuals in crisis from accessing firearms, as well as other such as mental health courts, drug courts, and veterans' courts. Can be used for crisis intervention programs.

This bill closes the loophole of the Domestic Violence Act a year ago, the "Boyfriend's Loophole". It banned individuals convicted of domestic violent crimes against their spouses and partners. They shared the children and partners they lived with because they had guns. The old law did not include intimate partners who could not live together, get married, or share children. Currently, the law prohibits people convicted of domestic violent crimes against someone who "continues a serious relationship of romantic or intimate nature" with a gun.

The law is not retroactive. However, a person convicted of a violent domestic violent crime can regain his gun rights after five years if he has not committed any other offense.

The bill encourages states to include juvenile records in a national immediate criminal background check system with subsidies and implements a new protocol for checking those records.

The bill targets individuals who sell guns as their primary source of income, but previously evaded registration as a federal-approved firearms distributor. It will also increase funding for mental health programs and school safety.

This story and headline was updated with additional development on Friday.