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Ohio Lawmakers Push For Gun Control After Dayton Mass Shooting

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Ohio Lawmakers Push For Gun Control After Dayton Mass Shooting

Ohio Lawmakers Push For Gun Control After Dayton Mass Shooting

Ohio lawmakers openly condemned the mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio early Sunday morning that killed nine people.

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Mike Turner from Dayton tweeted that his daughter was across the street from the bar when the shooting occurred at 1:07 AM.

According to Business Insider, Turner said his daughter and her friend fled home while he prayed.

Ohio Sen.

Sherrod Brown called for the Senate to pass the Background Check Expansion Act introduced in January.

The bill would require universal background checks for firearm transfers.

After being passed in the House, it stalled in the Senate.

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