WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama said on Monday Vice President Joe Biden has developed a list of sensible, common-sense measures to reduce gun violence and he would consider them.
Obama told reporters at a news conference that stronger background checks and control of high-capacity magazine clips and a ban on assault weapons were proposals that he believed made sense.
Obama is to offer some proposals to reduce gun violence as a result of the massacre last month at a school in Newtown, Connecticut in which 20 children and six adults were shot to death.
He said he expected to review Biden’s proposals and then have a “fuller presentation” on gun violence proposals later this week.
Members of Congress, he said, will have to examine their own consciences when it comes to voting on gun measures.
Lo más leído
Laura Bozzo: de ‘Señorita Laura’ a ‘Laura de México’Entretenimiento 12/23/10
La acción ejecutiva de Obama, preguntas y respuestasEEUU 11/20/14
Nuestra Belleza Latina 2011: Una crítica (constructiva)Entretenimiento 05/23/11
Rodner Figueroa despedido de Univision por comentario racista sobre Michelle ObamaOpinión 03/11/15
Aljazeera muestra imágenes de Gadafi muerto (VIDEO)Mundo 10/20/11
Ex esposa del marido de Galilea Montijo sufreEntretenimiento 08/9/11