House passes historic gun safety bill, sends reform package to Biden to become law

The House approved a bipartisan gun deal Friday, all but cementing the biggest reform package passed by Congress in nearly 30 years. 

Legislation first crafted and passed by the Senate now moves to President Joe Biden, who urged Congress Thursday to “finish the job” so he could sign it into law. 

Unlike the Senate vote Thursday, when 15 Republicans joined Democrats to pass the gun deal, the House voted mostly along party lines.

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