Texas mall shooting: Biden urges Congress to pass assault weapons ban, says he’d ‘sign it immediately’
By Ken Tran USA TODAY
President Joe Biden urged Congress to pass gun control legislation and said he would “sign it immediately,” as the nation reels after another mass shooting on Saturday.
At least nine people dead, including the suspect, and seven others were wounded during the mass shooting at a shopping center in Allen, Texas.
“Such an attack is too shocking to be so familiar,” Biden said in a statement Sunday.
President Joe Biden announces sweeping executive orders about gun control from Monterey Park, California where 11 people were shot to death in January.
President Joe Biden announces sweeping executive orders about gun control from Monterey Park, California where 11 people were shot to death in January. “Once again I ask Congress to send me a bill banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. Enacting universal background checks. Requiring safe storage. Ending immunity for gun manufacturers. I will sign it immediately. We need nothing less to keep our streets safe,” Biden said.
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Emergency personnel work the scene of a shooting at Allen Premium Outlets on May 6, 2023 in Allen, Texas. According to reports, a shooter opened .
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