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The House on Wednesday voted to cut a $100 million fund that supports digital door locking, gun locks, and other lock devices for people who want to keep their belongings safe.
The House passed the bill, a bipartisan effort, 227-186.
The bill, which will be voted on by the full House on Thursday, was authored by Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) and Reps.
David Valadao (R-Calif.), Kevin Yoder (R.
Texas), and Scott Peters (D.
It is the first time a bill has received a vote from the House on the floor.
The legislation also would extend the deadline for purchasing locks and other digital devices from the current July 1 to September 30.
The funds were established in 2012 to fund security improvements to public areas such as parks, libraries, and schools.
Democrats opposed the bill on a procedural vote.
But on the House floor, many of the House Republicans who voted against the bill said the funds would be well spent.
“This will provide a much-needed and crucial resource to law enforcement and emergency responders in our communities who are dealing with a surge of violent crime, the use of lethal weapons in our schools, and our public transportation systems,” said Rep. Mike Pompeo (Kan.), a member of the committee that crafted the legislation.
The House vote came as several cities, including Chicago and St. Louis, have introduced laws aimed at preventing criminals from obtaining guns.
In May, the city of Detroit, which was in the middle of a massive shooting rampage, passed a bill that would require residents to lock up their firearms at home before anyone but their parents could visit.
Police and law enforcement groups also argue that the increased use of digital locks and digital lockspikes have led to an increase in crime.
In April, the National Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Sheriffs’ Association, which represent law enforcement officers, issued a joint statement urging lawmakers to support “a common sense approach” to gun safety.
This bill is a bipartisan victory for our country’s gun owners and the families of gun victims.
The bipartisan legislation is an essential first step in strengthening our nation’s safety by ensuring that people who do not have access to a firearm are able to protect themselves.
As we work to keep our communities safe, we need to make sure that everyone who wants to use a gun has a safe and secure way to do so.