#TheFinal5: What is “common sense gun reform?”

In the wake of Tuesday’s deadly rampage at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, many are renewing calls for what’s often referred to as “common sense gun reform?” That includes the so-called Brady Bill, which calls for expanded background checks on gun purchases. It already passed the House but has stalled in the Senate. Kris Brown, president of Brady: United Against Gun Violence, joins Jim to explain how the bill works, if it would have changed anything in Uvalde, and what it means for those concerned about the effect it would have on gun rights.

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