(CBS News) Sen. Marco Rubio took to the Senate floor Thursday morning to outline his ideals for gun-related reforms in the wake of the high school shooting in his state that left 17 dead last month.
Rubio said this attack "could have and should have" been prevented, if federal law was fully followed. Rubio, a Republican, was present Wednesday in the president's bipartisan meeting with members of Congress.
"This killer was a well-known danger" to the school, to the county sheriff's office, and his neighborhood, Rubio said.
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