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Gun background check bill likely tabled
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A new bill that is set to introduce universal background checks
on firearm purchasers is expected to be presented to the US Congress.
News about the bill came as Senator Charles Schumer voiced optimism that the Congress
could pass the new legislation, calling it "the sweet spot."
Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press on January 20, Schumer said he is the author of a bill on universal background checks and revealed he expected lawmakers to show broad support for the measure.