Carson part of House sit-in demanding a vote to address gun violence

Scores of House lawmakers took over the House floor Wednesday morning, refusing to leave until House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., allowed votes on measures they said would curb gun violence.

“Congress must not leave Washington, D.C., without voting on common-sense gun violence prevention legislation to save lives,” the Indianapolis Democrat said in a statement. “It’s simple: No bill, no break.”

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