By Lisa Desjardins, CNN
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Washington (CNN) - The debate over how to prevent another mass shooting in America is echoing across the country, but it’s more staccato in Congress. Especially when it comes to a central issue: guns.
Many members of Congress who are known as supporting gun rights are remaining quiet for now.
[2:06] “I think we need to talk about this in another time. With a bigger focus with everything that is brought to bear on this.”
- Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-TX
However, those pushing for gun control are moving fast and speaking often, holding news conferences, sending press releases and in multiple cases, crafting proposed bills.
[1:09] “It’s going to ban by name at least 100 military-style semi-automatic assault weapons. And it’s going to ban big clips, drums or strips of more than ten bullets.”
- Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA