Gun Background Checks Expanded As House Passes Bill

(Washington, DC) -- Those affected by the Parkland school shooting are grateful for a new measure meant to reduce gun violence.

House lawmakers in Washington yesterday passed a bill calling for universal background checks on all gun sales.

Congressman Ted Deutch, who represents Parkland, says background checks could save countless live. A student who survived last year's school shooting, and the father of one of the victims, both tell CBS 4 News this shows the power of the March for Our Lives movement.

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