Biden says: he won't give up on common sense gun measures

President Biden told reporters Monday that he would not give up efforts to obtain

Common sense gun law a day after spending nearly four hours meeting with the families of those killed in Texas. Dead.

The families of the victims have spent three hours and 40 minutes with me.

They waited all that time. Some came two hours ago, "Biden told reporters at the White House.

The pain is obvious. I think it's very unnecessary. I'm pushing.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime has called for a Capitol 

Hill hearing to allow families to tell their stories and find ways to prevent mass shootings.

We'll take a closer look at what happened in Uvalade and last Tuesday," said Rep.

Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Tex.), Whose Houston-based district is located in Uvalade and a few hours from Rob Elementary School, 

The location of the shooting. Jackson Lee attended church Sunday with President and First Lady Jill Biden on Sunday.