After Nashville, Congress confronts limits of new gun law

The bipartisan gun law, passed by President Joe Biden nine months ago after mass shootings, has been somewhat effective in preventing gun violence. However, the recent deadly mass shootings suggest the legislative response has its limits. The law was a political compromise and did not address several Democratic priorities, including universal background checks or the ban on "assault weapons."

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