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Celebs joined survivors of gun violence to support President Barack Obama's call for new gun-control laws at a press conference sponsored by the group Mayors Against Illegal Guns Feb. 6 in Washington, D.C. The event was part of the group's campaign Demand a Plan, which presses elected officials for action to protect citizens' right to safety and security.
Celebrities and survivors of shootings gathered in the nation's capital on Feb. 6 to urge lawmakers to act on firearm legislation. Take a look at the many famous faces who have weighed in on the gun control debate recently.
Federal agent Christopher Deedy took the stand Tuesday afternoon.
The Senate voted on Tuesday to take up a $2.7 billion Democratic spending bill to address the southern border crisis.