Obama plans to meet with Sandy Hook families and argue that lawmakers have an obligation to the children killed and other victims of gun violence to act on his proposals.
Senators have yet to reach a deal to pass expanded background checks for gun sales. An assault weapons ban doesn’t appear to have enough votes, and the prospect for a ban on high-capacity magazines also appears bleak.
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