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The deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history prompted calls on Sunday by some members of Congress for legislation to tighten control of weapons sales, although there are slim hopes for much change after 50 people were killed at a Florida nightclub.Casey's bill is called the "Hate Crimes Prevention Act"Lawmakers, including some Republicans, have pressed for stricter gun laws after earlier mass shootings, but the measures have failed to gain enough support to become law.Democratic Senator Chris Murphy said the "epidemic" of gun violence would continue if Congress does not act and that lawmakers shared responsibility.
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