Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., center, walks towards the Senate on Capitol Hill Monday in Washington. A divided Senate hurtled Monday toward an election-year stalemate over curbing guns, eight days after Orlando’s mass shooting horror intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but left them gridlocked anyway, even over restricting firearms for terrorists.
Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., center, walks towards the Senate on Capitol Hill Monday in Washington. A divided Senate hurtled Monday toward an election-year stalemate over curbing guns, eight days after Orlando’s mass shooting horror intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but left them gridlocked anyway, even over restricting firearms for terrorists. Alex Brandon The Associated Press
Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., center, walks towards the Senate on Capitol Hill Monday in Washington. A divided Senate hurtled Monday toward an election-year stalemate over curbing guns, eight days after Orlando’s mass shooting horror intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but left them gridlocked anyway, even over restricting firearms for terrorists. Alex Brandon The Associated Press