Lt. Steve Rodgers joined “In Focus with Addison Smith” to discuss shocking revelations to the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
A Senate special committee hearing in Texas took place with the state’s DPS director in the hot seat. He testified police could have stopped the gunman in the Uvalde School Shooting in three minutes. This comes after new developments about police response that day, leading to even more confusion and frustration, especially among parents. One America’s Zach Petersen has the latest.
Amid recent mass shootings, Congress is proposing several measures for gun control legislation. One America’s Natasha Sweatte has more.
The Department of Education announced a major donation to the community and victims of the Uvalde, Texas school shooting. On Monday, “Project School Emergency Response to Violence” granted $1.5 million to the Uvalde Independent School District
The Senate group tasked with finding a bipartisan solution to gun violence reached a deal. In a joint statement on Sunday, the group, led by Senators John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), said their plan aimed to save lives and protect the rights of law abiding gun owners.
Gun owners in New York weighed in on gun control legislation being proposed by Democrat politicians. Several firearm instructors voiced their opinion on the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on the state’s conceal carry law which restricts the carrying of a handgun out in public.
The House Rules Committee debated on two pieces of gun control laws. In a Tuesday hearing, Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) presented the Protect Our Kids and the Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Acts.
Republicans have lamented that the path to solving gun violence in America seems to be impossible amid an extremely partisan White House. This comes as Democrats in Washington, D.C. seem to be unwilling to lay down their partisan arms to solve the problem of gun violence.
In light of the Uvalde, Texas shooting, lawmakers and voters are warming up to the idea of arming teachers. One America’s Natasha Sweatte spoke with a retired police officer to discuss what it would all entail.