Schumer to push legislation regulating sale of body armor to civilians: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) plans to push new legislation that would regulate the sale of personal body armor to civilians in the wake of two mass shootings earlier this month.
Schumer, on Sunday, said he would introduce the legislation later this fall after Congress returns from its August recess.
The bill would require the FBI to begin regulating the sale of body armor throughout the United States. The New York senator said his legislation would contain exceptions for law enforcement and other related personnel.
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