Where Congress Stands on Guns
President Obama’s effort to overhaul the nation’s gun laws in the aftermath of December's school massacre in Connecticut suffered a resounding defeat on April 17, when every major proposal he championed fell apart on the Senate floor. The following day, Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) pulled the gun bill from consideration. As the debate over gun legislation unfolded, our readers helped track the vote and project the bill's failure. Here's a guide to the lawmakers' votes. Read related coverage.