A bipartisan group of senators is negotiating on gun reform in the wake of Buffalo, Uvalde, and a new string of mass shootings. But some of Democrats’ top priorities — like an assault weapons ban and comprehensive background checks — have already been nixed from the proposal. Will the final product actually be substantive? And if not, is there a point of the bill in the first place? Kris Brown, president of anti-gun violence group Brady: United Against Gun Violence, joins Mehdi to discuss.
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