The Uvalde shooting shows that gun laws do matter, says official who worked on report

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News : NPR Texas state Rep. Joe Moody (right) speaks at a Sunday news conference after the Texas House investigative committee released its report on the Uvalde school shooting.

Texas State Rep. Joe Moody, who helped write the report on the shooting, says he hopes the investigation helps lawmakers improve policy going forward — particularly when it comes to gun control.

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July 18, 2022 at 08:35PM Rachel Treisman

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