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Members of Congress join the LGBT Congressional Staff Association and the Congressional Muslim Staff Association for a prayer and moment of silence on the steps of the Capitol to stand in solidarity with the Orlando community and to remember the victims of Sunday’s shooting at an LGBT night club, in Washington, Monday, June 13, 2016. Father Patrick J. Conroy, center, chaplain of the House of Representatives, delivered an interfaith message. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)
Members of Congress join the LGBT Congressional Staff Association and the Congressional Muslim Staff Association for a prayer and moment of silence on the steps of the Capitol to stand in solidarity with the Orlando community and to remember the victims of Sunday’s shooting at an LGBT night club, in Washington, Monday, June 13, 2016. Father Patrick J. Conroy, center, chaplain of the House of Representatives, delivered an interfaith message. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)
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We may soon see another showdown in Congress to pass new gun control laws.

Almost a month after the shooting massacre in Orlando, Florida, House Speaker Paul Ryan says lawmakers will vote on an anti-terrorism package that will include legislation that's supposed to make it harder for suspected terrorists to get a gun.

Guests

Rep. Katherine Clark, congresswoman representing Massachusetts' 5th District. She tweets @RepKClark.

Jim Wallace, executive director of the Gun Owners Action League of Massachusetts.

This segment aired on July 6, 2016.

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