In the first minutes following a Texas gunman’s slaughter of at least 18 children and a teacher, many Democrats said they were resigned to continued inaction on guns. Not Chris Murphy.
The Connecticut senator, whose gun safety advocacy was kindled by an elementary school shooting in his state 10 years ago, asked his colleagues pointedly in an impassioned floor speech just after the killings: “We have another Sandy Hook on our hands. What are
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