Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, a coalition of religious leaders representing 40 faith groups, announced Tuesday that it will fight for the passage of legislation to ban automatic weapons and ammunition magazines, beef up background checks and criminalize gun trafficking on the federal level. On Wednesday, after President Obama announced that he would fight for gun control reforms and signed executive orders to increase enforcement of existing gun regulations, the group responded positively. "We believe Congress has a moral imperative to enact the life saving measures proposed by the President and Vice President,” said Vincent DeMarco, national coordinator of the group.
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