Senate Democrats End 15-Hour Gun Law Discussion

The filibuster, sparked by the Orlando nightclub shooting, was led by Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut.
0:51 | 06/16/16

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And on Capitol Hill overnight a filibuster sparked by the Orlando shooting came to an end. Afternoon the fifteen hours senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut. Led Democrats in the marathon session to force a vote on gun control. Murphy said it was unconscionable that congress has done nothing to change the gun laws Terry since the Newtown school massacre. He left the floor only after getting assurances from top lawmakers. We have been given a commitment to get votes on the floor of the senate. On a measure. To assure. That those on the terrorist watch list. Do not get guns. To present well before yielding the former. What can you do to Maine shore Orlando or Newton never happen again.

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