White House faces increased pressure to act on guns after Indianapolis shooting
Published by

By Andy Sullivan and Trevor Hunnicutt WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden faced increased pressure on Friday to stem gun violence amid a rash of mass shootings across the United States, but he faces an uphill battle to significantly change the country’s permissive firearms laws. The day after a shooter killed eight people and himself at a FedEx Corp facility in Indianapolis, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki called on Congress to take action. “There’s more we can do and must do,” she told a White House briefing. “We can’t give up just because it’s hard, just because the politics are per…

Read More

HEDGE accordingly