14 Republicans joined all 50 Democrats in supporting the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, assuring that it will pass the Senate likely by Thursday. 34 Republicans voted no and 2 Republicans did not vote.
I would expect that it will pass the House quickly, given that House Democrats know they can get nothing else through the Senate.
Text of the bill as agreed on.
Some provisions I support, the bill overall is acceptable. Nothing in it that is noxious to the Second Amendment. And the mental health provisions of the bill will actually be helpful.
Enhanced youth background checks are not noxious. Neither are the anti-straw purchase and anti-trafficking provisions.
I will support its passage since it shows a decent measure of utility and is not noxious to the Second Amendment.
Breakdown of the Senate vote.
Cortez Masto (D-NV)
Van Hollen (D-MD)
Not Voting - 2