By Jordy Yager - 01/15/13 06:10 PM EST
“They probably aren't worried about saying, ‘Hey, this is part of what we do, and we're not willing to budge on that,’ ” said Sanchez of her conservative Democratic colleagues.
The Biden group has been meeting for weeks about possible actions that President Obama or Congress could take to prevent future gun violence, in the aftermath of the mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., last month that killed 20 children.
Later this week — perhaps as soon as Wednesday — the White House is expected to unveil some, or all, of the 19 possible executive actions that it has determined the president could take to change the country’s gun laws.
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