The GOP has finally made progress on its gun control bill.
It now has two Republican votes in the Senate, and if President Donald Trump’s support for the bill is any indication, there is a clear path forward for the gun control measure.
The bill is still facing some hurdles in the House, but it has made it through the Senate Judiciary Committee, where it will likely be approved.
But the biggest hurdle is the NRA, which is trying to block the bill from going through.
The NRA is opposed to the bill, which would require background checks on gun buyers and requires manufacturers to report all sales of guns to the federal government.
The gun control legislation is likely to pass both chambers.
But there are some hurdles that could make it harder to pass the bill.
Here are 10 gun control bills that are still in limbo: * The Senate gun bill: The Senate passed the gun bill, S. 1726, earlier this week, with Republicans voting 98-2 to pass it.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said in a statement that the Senate is “confident we can pass this legislation.”
The Senate will then need to send the bill to the House for a vote.
If the bill doesn’t pass, it could be up to 30 days before a final bill is sent to the president.
The legislation requires background checks for all gun sales, which may prevent some businesses from complying with the new rules.
* The House gun bill is more popular: The House voted 99-4 last week to pass its gun bill.
Senate Democrats said in an interview with the New York Times that they think it’s possible that the House can pass a bill that’s “more bipartisan.”
The House bill also requires background check for gun sales.
The Senate bill also includes a ban on assault weapons and bans bump stocks, which allow a gun to fire more rapidly than a traditional firearm.
* Gun control legislation could face more hurdles: The NRA has called for the Senate bill to be blocked.
The group wrote to President Donald J. Trump and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, urging them to oppose the Senate version of the bill because of the “dangerous and ineffective” gun control measures in it.
“We have repeatedly expressed our opposition to the gun-grabbing, unconstitutional, gun-banning Senate gun-control bill, and our members will continue to work with Senate Democrats and the President to prevent the Senate from passing a bad gun bill,” the NRA said in the letter.
*What you need to know about gun control: The gun debate is not over yet.
There are a few other gun control proposals currently pending in Congress.
One of them, the National Rifle Association-ILA’s Assault Weapons Ban, has passed the House but is still in a committee hearing, meaning it will be up in the air.
The other proposal, the Second Amendment Protection Act, is a bill introduced by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R.
Calif., and would make it a crime for gun owners to bring firearms into schools, workplaces, and other public places, including places like movie theaters and schools.
Rohrabachers bill has also been blocked by the NRA and a coalition of gun control groups.