US senators from both major parties have agreed to push forward new legislation aimed at reducing gun violence. But the modest measures fall far short of steps called for by anti-gun campaigners. Several Republicans have joined Democrats in drafting the proposal, which must still go before both houses of Congress. It follows another spate of mass shootings, including one in a Texas school where a teenager killed nineteen children and two teachers.
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