President Biden, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and other prominent Democrats renewed calls for tighter gun laws on Wednesday after a deadly mass shooting at a California rail yard.
At least eight people were killed when an employee of the Valley Transportation Authority opened fire early Wednesday morning. The suspected gunman, Samuel Cassidy, took his own life as authorities responded to the scene.
“Once again, I urge Congress to take immediate action and heed the call of the American people, including the vast majority of gun owners, to help end this epidemic of gun violence in America,” Biden said in a statement. “Every life that is taken by a bullet pierces the soul of our nation. We can, and we must, do more.”
Biden has pushed an overhaul of gun laws in recent weeks in response to mass shootings across mult
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