Cassidy, Kennedy Say House Anti-Gun Bill Is Non-Starter In Senate

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Both of Louisiana's U.S. senators say an anti-gun bill passed last Friday by the U.S. House will be a non-starter in the Senate.

The House narrowly passed a bill that forbids citizens to buy, sell, manufacture, or own semi-automatic rifles, often referred to as assault weapons.

Sen. Bill Cassidy says the bill "probably won't even come up for a vote" in the Senate. Sen. John Kennedy agrees that the bill is dead in the upper chamber.

Both senators are Republicans, and are concerned with protecting 2nd Amendment rights.

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