Virginia Congress members speak out on Biden’s gun laws

Virginia Congress members speak out on Biden's gun laws

<p>Virginia members of Congress are speaking out on President Biden’s executive actions to reduce gun violence. (Credit: WSET){/p}<p>{/p} WASHINGTON, D.C. (WSET) — Virginia members of Congress are speaking out on President Biden’s executive actions to reduce gun violence. Democratic Senator Mark Warner was in our area Thursday. He says he wishes Congress could come together to pass bipartisan gun laws. Warner adds we need to have universal background checks and remove weapons of war off the streets. "I think it’s time when we see the level of shootings across the country and in Virginia, like the recent Virginia Beach shooting," Warner said. "I think it’s commonsense things the vast majority of us agree on." Republican Congressman Bob God, Ben Cline, and Morgan Griffith were unavailable for an interview. Griffith did release a statement: “I support the Second Amendment and oppose any effort to roll back the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners.”

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