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Congress passed a bipartisan gun law today, becoming the biggest change to the nation’s gun laws in 30 years. Both Republicans and Democrats praised the bill as a bipartisan breakthrough. If the final bill is signed by President Biden, it will enhance background checks for anyone under twenty one, create new resources for states to enact red flag laws, and will include a $7 billion investment in mental health programs.