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Biden mourns 10 killed in Boulder and calls for ban on assault weapons

President Biden on March 23 called for Congress to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and to close background check loopholes. (Video: The Washington Post)
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The latest: Boulder victims died in one of the few places people got to go to during the pandemic — the grocery store

President Biden on Tuesday lamented the mass shooting at a Boulder, Colo., grocery store that left 10 people dead, saying “another American city has been scarred by gun violence and the resulting trauma.” He called on the Senate to pass two background-check bills already approved by the House and for Congress to reenact an assault-weapons ban.