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What Oregon's members of Congress say can be done to stop mass shootings

February 22, 2018
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The school shooting that left 17 dead last week in Parkland, Florida sparked familiar feelings for many Americans: dread, outrage, futility.

Many asked what lawmakers could and would do to keep people safe from shooting rampages.

The Oregonian/OregonLive asked each of Oregon's members of Congress what they think should be done to prevent mass shootings and what specific policies they would support. Among their suggestions: Allow research on gun violence, ban bump stocks and institute universal background checks.

Responses are below, in alphabetical order.