State AG Wants Action On Guns

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura  Healey is urging Congress to close a loophole in current federal gun  laws.  

Noting the role bump stocks played in the recent mass shooting in  Las Vegas, 33 attorneys general have sent a bipartisan letter to  Congressional leaders.  

Bump stock devices are designed to increase the  ability of semi-automatic guns to shoot like fully automatic weapons,  which are restricted under existing law.  

Healey warns that if Congress  doesn't close the loophole, tragedies like Las Vegas will happen  again.  

(Photo by Michele Eve Sandberg/Corbis via Getty Images)

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