After a 14-hour filibuster, the US Senate agreed to vote on whether terrorists should have guns — Quartz

Connecticut senator Chris Murphy, whose state was the site of one of America’s deadliest mass shootings four years ago, took the floor of the US Senate on Wednesday (June 15) at 11:20am and remained for more than 14 hours until his fellow politicians agreed on a vote. “I’m going to remain on this floor until…

via After a 14-hour filibuster, the US Senate agreed to vote on whether terrorists should have guns — Quartz

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