Template:Senate GOP gun vote

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Yea3.png On April 17, 2013, the U.S. Senate took a vote on and defeated a measure that would have expanded federal background checks for firearms purchases.[1] The vote was 54-46, with supporters falling six votes short of the required 60-vote threshold.[2] {{{Name}}} was one of the 4 Republican Senators who voted in favor of the measure.[3]