The Wall Street Journal explains the Senate’s rejection of four poorly conceived anti-gun measures:
The Senate defeated two pairs of dueling, largely partisan proposals aimed at restricting suspected terrorists’ access to guns and strengthening the background-check system. None received the 60 votes needed to clear procedural hurdles.
The across-the-board rejection reflected Republicans’ deep apprehension that the federal government would infringe on individuals’ gun rights,
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