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The House of Representativesfailed to approve the bill to establish an active shooter alert communication network. This allows the federal government to work with state and tribal authorities to create active shooting game events in their area. The
vote was a motion to suspend the rule and pass the bill, which required two-thirds to approve. A majority of the members voted in favor of the bill with a count of 259-162, which was less than the votes required to advance the bill. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosisubsequently stated that the Democratic Party would continue to push the bill.
"Our Democratic majority will take this bill again and pass it. Democrats are on the side of protecting our families and supporting courageous first responders. Will be revealed, "Pelosi said in a statement.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Caliph With Mom's Demand, Student's Demand, and Gun Safety Advocates to call for Congressional action on this issue following the recent shootings in the United States on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. Seen after a rally at Union Square. (RollCall, Inc via Tom Williams / CQ-Getty Images)(RollCall, Inc via Tom Williams / CQ-Getty Images)
Bill is active shooter alert communication Create a position within theDepartment of Justice, known as the National Coordinator of the Network. The coordinator, in collaboration with the FEMA administrator, Secretary of Transportation, and FCC Chair, confirms that state and local governments have systems to handle active shooter situations, and there are shooters nearby.
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PelosiRepublicanThe failure of the bill accusing 46} is that they "overwhelmingly" and "mysteriously" oppose "the need for law enforcement heroes" and the community obtains "important and life-saving information." Said that it hindered.
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Most Republicans Opposed the bill, but 44 Republican senators voted in favor of it. A Democrat, Ron Kind, D-Wis. Voted against it.
Fox News contacted Republican minority leaders' officeRepublican Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who voted against the bill, asked for comment. But he didn't reply immediately.
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Same day vote Our Senate has submitted a bipartisan gun control bill. The bill will fund the state to create a program that can keep weapons away from those who are considered dangerous to themselves and others. It will also strengthen background checks for gun buyers under the age of 21, add penalties for some gun criminals, and fund a variety of health and mental health-related programs.
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The bill is already from the Republican Party However, McCarthy, House Minority Whip Congressman Steve Scallis, R-La. , And House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y. All leaders, including, are against it.
"This law takes the wrong approach in trying to curb violent crimes, in order to slowly strip away the second amendment of law-abiding citizens."Scallis said: Whip notificationWednesday.