A Pennsylvania state senator began seeking Senate support on Thursday to create a gun violence prevention task force in the wake of the deadly Connecticut elementary school shooting.
A memorandum issued by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Stewart Greenleaf, a Republican from Montgomery County, said his proposed resolution would allow the task force experts to examine issues surrounding gun violence.
Those include any proposals to strengthen firearms regulations, mental health laws and efforts to fight bullying.
Greenleaf said the Senate's Republican leadership supports the idea and that it made sense to create a task force to assess lawmakers' various proposals together and consolidate them into recommendations on how they could best respond.
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