Democratic U.S. Senator Murphy Says Gun Talks Focus on Mental Health, School Safety

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The lead Democratic U.S. Senator engaged on bipartisan gun security talks following a wave of mass shootings mentioned on Sunday he thinks a package deal together with investments in psychological well being and college security and a few modifications to gun legal guidelines can move Congress.

“Do some important psychological well being funding, some college security cash and a few modest however impactful modifications in gun legal guidelines. That is the type of package deal we’re placing collectively proper now,” U.S. Senator Chris Murphy mentioned in an interview on CNN, including that he was uncertain whether or not a Senate vote on gun security laws could be held this week.

(Reporting by Katharine Jackson in Washington; Enhancing by Scott Malone and Matthew Lewis)

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