President Joe Biden on Monday renewed his call for an assault weapons ban as a protester interrupted his event celebrating the passage of the new bipartisan gun law. The law, meant to reduce gun violence, was overshadowed by the July 4th shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, where seven people died and 46 were wounded. And Biden's event was overshadowed by Manuel Oliver, whose son Joaquin was killed in the Parkland mass shooting. Oliver, who in February climbed a 150-foot construction tower next to the White House to push for stronger guns legislation, asked Biden to do more.
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