Speaker Ryan: Congress must look at gun device used in Vegas - ABC News

Former Rep. Gabby Giffords of Arizona who survived an assassination attempt in 2011, flanked by Rep. Mike Thompson, D-Calif., left, and Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., right, joins House Democrats in a call for action on gun safety legislation on the House ...

After Las Vegas, Republicans Say They're Open To Banning A Gun Accessory Used In Mass Shootings - Refinery29

In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, some Republicans say they are open to potentially ban gun-conversion kits commonly known as "bump stocks," which can transform semiautomatic weapons so that they mimic how automatic ...

Las Vegas Shooting Might Actually Ease Washington's Gun-Control Stalemate - Bloomberg

The seemingly intractable stalemate in Washington over gun control may be easing a bit, as a growing number of Republican lawmakers say they're open to considering limits on Americans' ability to turn semiautomatic weapons into essentially fully ...

Some GOP leaders open to banning gun accessory used in Vegas shooting — here's what they said - TheBlaze.com

Some GOP leaders open to banning gun accessory used in Vegas shooting — here's what they Some top GOP lawmakers have said that they would consider banning bump-stock devices, the gun accessory that was reportedly used in the deadly mass ...

Conservative media is coming out against banning 'bump stocks' used in Las Vegas shooting - Business Insider

bump stock A bump fire stock, (L), that attaches to an semi-automatic assault rifle. REUTERS/George Frey. Congressional Republicans are considering a rare gun regulation in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, and conservative media is pushing ...

The Latest: Speaker is open to idea of 'bump stock' ban - Midland Daily News

Congressman John Lewis joined fellow Democratic representatives outside the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday to call for action on gun legislation. He indicated Republicans were not focusing on the issue at hand after the deadly Las Vegas shooting. (Oct. 4).

Some Republicans open to banning gun accessory used in Vegas - NEWS.com.au

SOME Republicans are calling for legislation banning a device that turned Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's rifle into an automatic weapon. AP. News Corp Australia NetworkOctober 6, 20173:38am. Video; Image ...

The Morning News: Mostly Millennials Are Living in Seattle's Newest Apartments, Republicans Consider Banning ... - TheStranger.com

In Wake of the Las Vegas Mass Shooting, GOP Considers Banning Bump Stocks: Although they have blocked gun control efforts for decades, some Republican congressional representatives are now open banning bump stocks, the New York Times reports.

GOP signals willingness to look at gun accessories - Kotatv

WASHINGTON (AP) – The GOP is showing some willingness to consider a restriction on a gun accessory. Senior Republicans on Capitol Hill are expressing openness to the idea of a ban on "bump stocks" like the shooter in Las Vegas apparently used to ...

Ryan: 'We need to look into bump stocks,' as calls for fix grow - Local 10

(CNN) - House Speaker Paul Ryan signaled openness Thursday to looking into bump-fire stocks, devices that allows semi-automatic weapons to fire at a rapidly increased rate, similar to an automatic firearm, as other Republicans have shown an openness to ...

Firearm Accessory Used in Las Vegas Massacre Renews Questions About Gun Control - Voice of America

The recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, has some Republican lawmakers considering gun control legislation, a dramatic shift from what has historically been their party's general aversion to gun regulations of any kind. The catalyst behind the ...

Congress needs to examine gun 'bump stock' devices: US House speaker - KDAL

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers need to examine "bump stock" gun accessories, devices that enable some guns to be turned into rapid-fire weapons, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday, opening the door to possible debate on gun ...

Titus, Democrats introduce bill to ban sale of bump stocks - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., addresses the crowd during a vigil for shooting victims at Las Vegas City Hall, Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. (Bridget Bennett/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @BridgetKBennett. Attendee Judy Grell holds a sign during a gathering at Sunset ...

GOP leaders are open to talking about gun bump stocks, used in Las Vegas massacre - CNBC

House Speaker Paul Ryan says Congress should "look into" the bump stock device used by the Las Vegas shooter. The devices allow users to increase the firing rate of semiautomatic weapons. Other Republicans say they want to at least examine — or ...

Top House Republicans open to legislation regulating 'bump stocks' - Washington Post

Top House Republicans said they will consider restricting “bump stocks,” the firearm accessory used to accelerate gunfire in the Las Vegas massacre, opening the door to heightened regulation in response to the tragedy. Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) ...

Buchanan wants regulation for gun accessory after Las Vegas shooting - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan weighed in Thursday on the gun control debate that has flared up after the Las Vegas shooting, saying in a Tweet that a device used by the shooter should be regulated. Bump stocks generating automatic rates of fire should face ...

Where Maine's delegation stands on banning 'bump stocks' used in Vegas shooting - Bangor Daily News

A bump fire stock that attaches to an semi-automatic assault rifle to increase the firing rate is seen at Good Guys Gun Shop in Orem, Utah, Oct. 4, 2017. AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine's congressional delegation looks open to discussing a ban on “bump stocks” ...

Some Republicans open to banning the kind of gun accessory used in Vegas shootings - Eagle-Tribune

A police officer takes cover behind a truck near the Mandalay Bay resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip during the mass shooting. AP Photo/John Locher. WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior congressional Republicans say they are open to considering ...

Gun owners rush to buy bump stocks as Congress eyes crackdown - Fox News

Twelve bump stocks were found in the hotel room of the Las Vegas massacre shooter. Lawmakers, including some Republicans are concerned about their capabilities but what are they? Retailers and manufacturers are seeing an apparent surge in interest in ...

WEATHER: A warm weekend in the forecast! - WJLA

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Highs will be running between 10-15 degrees above average through the upcoming weekend. You'll notice the mornings starting off milder each day. Expect more clouds Thursday and Friday compared to the bright, blue sky we've ...