December 13, 2013
Vice President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to act on the administration’s proposals to prevent gun violence.
Speaking to the National Association of Attorney's General Wednesday (2/27) he argued the American people are demanding action. He called for universal background checks, a new assault weapons ban as well as standardized mental health training for teachers.
Biden also said voters in Illinois spoke on Tuesday when they chose a strong advocate of gun control in a primary election.
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