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NotesDelivery date of speech: 08 April 2013
During his speech detailing gun violence in the nation, President Obama began to cry while talking about Sandy Hook.
Barack Obama speech on Connecticut school shooting turns very emotional.
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2009 - 2016 Стал 44-й президентом Соединённых Штатов Америки.
Over 450 Barack Obama Speches in Text, Audio, Video - American Rhetoric. Gun Violence Reduction Speech in Connecticut. mp3. PDF. 11 Apr 2013. Army Chaplain Emil Kapaun Medal of Honor Award.
Address Detailing Steps to Reduce Gun Violence. delivered 5 January 2015, White House, Washington, . Audio AR-XE mp3 of Address. I mean, think about it. We all believe in the First Amendment, the guarantee of free speech, but we accept that you can’t yell fire in a theater. We cherish our right to privacy, but we accept that you have to go through metal detectors before being allowed to board a plane. After Connecticut passed a law requiring background checks and gun safety courses, gun deaths decreased by 40 percent - 40 percent. Meanwhile, since Missouri repealed a law requiring comprehensive background checks and purchase permits, gun deaths have increased to almost 50 percent higher than the national average.
An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children's Safety, also known as Public Law 13-3 or Connecticut Senate Bill No. 1160, is a bill concerning gun laws in Connecticut. The legislation was introduced by Senator Donald Williams in the state senate and by House Speaker Brendan Sharkey in the state House of Representatives
President Barack Obama grew emotional Tuesday as he made a passionate call for a national "sense of urgency" to limit gun violence. Obama's emotional gun control speech in 90 seconds.
President Barack Obama delivers his speech on reducing gun violence at the University of Hartford, Connecticut and addresses the importance of gun regulations in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Obama begins his speech by thanking Nicole and Ian Hockley, two parents who have lost their son during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Then, he thanks the families of Newtown, Connecticut, who are in attendance. Finally, he gives thanks to Governor Malloy and the University of Hartford
That afternoon, President Barack Obama made a televised statement offering condolences on behalf of the nation to Connecticut governor, Dannel Malloy and saying, "we're going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics. Speaking at a December 16 memorial service in Newtown, Obama said he would "use whatever. On January 16, 2013, Obama announced a plan for reducing gun violence in four parts, one of which was banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
America's ongoing struggle with gun violence was highlighted on Saturday as it was revealed that at least four people had been wounded in shootings in Chicago within hours of President Barack Obama making a major speech in the city. The president is spearheading a push to curb the US's high rate of gun violence, vowing to bring more regulations of certain types of firearms in the wake of the Newtown school massacre at the end of last year. However, he has faced stiff opposition from the powerful National Rifle Association, conservative gun-owners and many Republican politicians, who.
President Obama holds a press conference on gun violence legislation. He warned that interest groups opposed to gun violence reduction legislation were trying to delay the process, hoping that attention to the issue would wane as the the December 2012 Connecticut elementary school shooting faded from the public’s mind. President Obama made these remarks at a White House event attended by mothers of gun violence victims. President Obama urged Congress to pass legislation that would, among other measures, strengthen background check laws for firearms purchases.