US Homeland Security urges heightened gun control after Orlando attack

WASHINGTON  - US Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Tuesday called for "meaningful, responsible" gun control measures in the wake of the Orlando attack to help keep firearms out of the hands of people who would commit acts of terror.
"This has become a matter of homeland security," Johnson told CBS News in an interview.
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