A bipartisan gun deal?
No word from West Virginia’s senators
From the Washington Post:
Senators strike bipartisan gun deal, heralding potential breakthrough, but falling short of tougher measures sought by Biden https://t.co/eMwXIj79ME— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 12, 2022
Some details from CNN:
Ten GOP senators sign onto a statement backing an outline of a guns deal. Text still needs to be drafted. But if it holds, it’s enough to break a filibuster https://t.co/0xyZxYbkTM pic.twitter.com/oCkuzDteWC— Manu Raju (@mkraju) June 12, 2022
Here are the 10 Republicans:
Of the 10 Republican senators supporting a bipartisan deal on gun safety, four are leaving Congress at the end of the year and five are not up for re-election for another four years. Only Mitt Romney of Utah will face voters in 2024. https://t.co/ERcK7TwGwY pic.twitter.com/q3YKb1MZlx— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 12, 2022
As of 5:30 PM, I have seen nothing from WV’s Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito. I will update if either says anything.