President Obama will formally announce his proposals today for reducing gun violence in America, setting the stage for what may well be a protracted congressional fight over tightening up gun control — one of the most politically contentious issues in Washington.
While the president reportedly plans to implement a list of 19 executive orders – laws that can be changed without congressional action, including some that are related to data collection on firearms in the hands of criminals and overall gun violence – there are a few ideas that he needs to work with Congress on that he and Vice President Joe Biden have already discussed in public.
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