Miami police chief calls on Congress to pass gun control after mass shooting

Miami police chief calls on Congress to pass gun control after mass shooting


A Miami law enforcement boss called on Congress to enact gun control legislation, including universal background checks, after an overnight mass shooting in the area.

Chief Art Acevedo blamed a “scourge of gun violence” on Sunday after at least two people were killed and more than 20 were injured when a trio of suspects opened fire on the El Mula Banquet Hall, which was being rented for a concert. The motive for the shooting remains unknown, and authorities have enlisted the help of the public to identify the perpetrators.

“We need to do much more at a federal level,” he said during a segment of CBS News’s Face the Nation.

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“Well, first and foremost, [Congress needs] to come out of their own corners, the Left and the Right, and come to the middle, which is where most Americans are,” Acevedo

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