U.S. Senate approves gun regulation law

The gun regulation law, which includes increasing the age to buy a gun from 18 to 21, on which both parties agreed, was passed in the Senate and submitted to the House of Representatives for approval.

The gun regulation bill, agreed upon by Senate Republicans and Democrats, was voted in the Senate General Assembly in the evening.

The bill was passed with a “yes” vote of 65 senators to a “no” vote from 33 Republican senators.


The bill, submitted for approval to the House of Representatives for the next step towards becoming law, includes raising the age to buy a gun from 18 to 21.

On the other hand, in the bill, it is foreseen that some restrictions will be imposed on individuals with a previous history of domestic violence to purchase a gun.

If the bill gets the approval of the House of Representatives, it will be submitted to the approval of US President Joe Biden to become law.

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