The group, Everytown for Gun Safety, was created by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2014 to rival the NRA and motivate elected officials to enact laws at all levels of government to curb gun violence. National reciprocity would require states that issue permits allowing gun owners to carry concealed weapons to recognize such permits from other states. Since the beginning of January, federal lawmakers in both the House and Senate have introduced bills pushing for national reciprocity, which has long been a priority for the NRA. Lawmakers in previous congresses have introduced similar measures, but those failed to get out of committee.
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